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SHAKESPEARE UNPLUGGED III

"Don't call my mother a toad, she is as gentle as a mongoose in captivity."
"Wake up, wake up and smell the bush tea."
These are just two of the lines featured in Shakespeare Unplugged part III, "The Taming of the Shrew," by the Drama and Theater Technology classes of the Charlotte Amalie High School English Department. The Drama Technolgy class has built a fantastic set and the dialogue will be lively.
This adaptation will be performed on Dec. 17 & 18 at 7 p.m. sharp at the C.A.H.S. auditorium. Tickets are on sale from the C.A.H.S Englsih Department or at the door.
The classes of Drama teacher Denise Humphries wrote the adaptation of the play as well as devised all aspects of the play.
The production is directed by Denise Humphries the drama teacher at C.A.H.S.

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"Don't call my mother a toad, she is as gentle as a mongoose in captivity."
"Wake up, wake up and smell the bush tea."
These are just two of the lines featured in Shakespeare Unplugged part III, "The Taming of the Shrew," by the Drama and Theater Technology classes of the Charlotte Amalie High School English Department. The Drama Technolgy class has built a fantastic set and the dialogue will be lively.
This adaptation will be performed on Dec. 17 & 18 at 7 p.m. sharp at the C.A.H.S. auditorium. Tickets are on sale from the C.A.H.S Englsih Department or at the door.
The classes of Drama teacher Denise Humphries wrote the adaptation of the play as well as devised all aspects of the play.
The production is directed by Denise Humphries the drama teacher at C.A.H.S.