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Hannah Steblay and Samantha V. Papke, directors of Classical Actors Ensemble’s performance of William Shakespeare’s Love’s Labor’s Lost, will be joined by Shakespeare scholar Dr. Amy Muse, associate professor of English at the University of St. Thomas, to preview some of the themes the play explores, and the complexity of gender in Shakespeare’s world.
The Minnesota Humanities Center is proud to host the final outdoor performance of William Shakespeare's play, "Love’s Labor’s Lost," put on by Classical Actors Ensemble as part of the Shakespeare in Our Parks program, which travels to over 15 locations across the greater Twin Cities every summer.
Students in grades 5-8 are invited to join Minnesota’s Poet Laureate Gwen Westerman and fellow poet Michael Torres* for a daylong writing workshop at Minnesota State Parks. Alongside the poets, students will explore the beauty of nature and write their own poems. Students will receive instruction and encouragement to write in their home languages as well as English.