Kentucky Shakespeare offers a unique camp experience at Locust Grove! This camp introduces aspiring thespians to theatre, Shakespeare’s works, and how to build an ensemble-based performance piece by emphasizing collaboration and teamwork. Students will also be able to participate in special workshops that are led by Locust Grove experts! The camp is open to children ages 7-15. Campers should bring a sack lunch, a snack, and a water bottle. $195 for a full day session, 9am-4pm. For further information, call Kentucky Shakespeare at (502) 574-9900 ext. 14 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Register online here: https://campshakespeare.squarespace.com/new-products/camp-at-locust-grove-ages-7-15 Be sure to use the Promo Code 'EarlyBird' at Checkout for a 10% Discount before March 31st, 2017.
The 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue has listed as one of its entries, “Toad Eater: A poor female relation, and humble companion, or reduced gentlewoman, in a great family, the standing butt, on whom all kinds of practical jokes are played off, and all ill humours vented.” Join us JASNA-Greater Louisville member Erynn Moss takes a look at some of Jane Austen’s most notable toad-eaters! www.jasnalouisville.com