To Zoom or not to Zoom: Adapting Educational Versions of Shakespeare’s Plays for an Online Platform During the Covid Pandemic
Keywords:Zoom, Theatre, Shakespeare, Online theatre
In this contribution to the Window of Practice-section, we will introduce the reader to Cyclone Rep’s interactive Shakespeare plays for secondary school students and then discuss the challenges we faced adapting our work for the online medium.
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