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Much Ado About Nothing by Cass Foster
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May 21, 10

bookshelves: children, shakespeare, italian
Read from May 02 to 20, 2010

We "acted" this with our children in preparation for the Shakespearean Festival. As with most of Shakespeare's comedies, there are so many complications with plot and character that at times it is difficult to remember which character with whom you are dealing. But, with explanation throughout, children will have a wonderful exposure to the language and be able to laugh at the scenarios and derisive language that permeate The Bard's comedy.

(As noted with the other Sixty-Minute adaptations, there are several missing scenes which make the play, at times, choppy and confusing.)

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