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From mischief to villainy to evil, from comedy to tragedy.  This class will compare and contrast the character of Don John in the comedy Much Ado About Nothing with Iago in the tragedy Othello.  Please read either the Arden or Folder editions of these Shakespeare plays.  Join us, as we discuss and ponder.  

Schedule : Weekly - Fri 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM; 5 sessions; starting 6/30/2017, ending 7/28/2017

Tuition: $150.00

Location : Westchester Reform Temple Location : 
  Westchester Reform Temple.

Instructor : Estha Weiner 

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Poetry for Beginners is a workshop designed to help emerging writers define their voice. The class will present an overview of basic poetic devices and explore how several poets employ these strategies in their poems. We will consider the role poetry plays as a form of personal expression and as a vehicle for social/political change. Participants will learn various techniques to help guide their own writing as they craft poems to perform for the group. 

Schedule : Weekly - Tue 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM; 2 sessions; starting 7/11/2017, ending 7/18/2017

Tuition: $60.00

Location : Scarsdale Public Library Location : 
  Scarsdale Public Library.

Instructor : Jordana Kagen 

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