Shakespeare's Julius Caeser for Kids

Playing with Plays


Hannah Sidaris Green, Shana Hallmeyer, Brendan P Kelso

No. of pages 54

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Julius Caesar like you have never read it before: quick, fun, and easy to understand. Designed for 5-17+ actors, kids of all ages, or anyone who wants to enjoy and loosely understand Shakespeare's play. What you will get: Fun! 3 melodramatic modifications for group sizes: 5-9+ 8-12+ 12-17+ Actual lines from Shakespeare's play mixed in Creatively funny interpretations of the remaining script A delightfully funny rendition that is easy for ADULTS to understand too! A kid who loves Shakespeare! This mini-melodramatic masterpiece is sure to be a doorway for your child to love all the classics. Shakespeare is difficult enough in class or watching on stage, let alone trying to teach the stories to children, but as the author's mantra states in the book, there is no better way to learn than to have fun! Kids who have read this have also eventually purchased Shakespeare's entire works and have completed 'hero' reports on Shakespeare at school. Guaranteed to have you coming back for more!

 

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Shakespeare's Julius Caeser for Kids is part of the Playing with Plays series. Shakespeare's Julius Caeser for Kids was written by Brendan P Kelso. It was written for young readers to enjoy.

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Shakespeare
William Shakespeare was an English poet, playwright and actor. He wrote plays, sonnets and verse and is regarded as one of the greatest writers in the English Language. Son of a glove maker, he was born here in 1564 in Stratford Upon Avon and was educated at King Edward VI school. Many of Shakespeare's plays were performed at the Globe Theatre in London which has ben recreated - see here. Shakespeare died in 1616 and is buried in Holy Trinity Church in the town of his birth.

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