Shakespeare Man comes to library

July 17, 2013

British-born teaching artist and historian, Robert Clover-Brown, also known as “Shakespeare Man,” will be at the Azle Memorial Library’s Community Room Thursday, July 18 at 6 p.m.

Performing as William Shakespeare, the man behind the words, Robert will present “My Exciting Life in Turbulent Elizabethan World.”

Clover-Brown’s entertaining, interactive presentation will feature curriculum-relevant insights into Shakespeare’s personal and working life in Stratford and London, excerpts from Shakespeare’s plays and sonnets, and several of his engaging insults read by volunteers.

The presentation will conclude with a question and answer session as well as an opportunity to take photos with The Bard while light refreshments are served. This free event is highly recommended for adults and teenagers.

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