Evvy Miller - Shakespeare

Evvy shares her passion for Shakespeare and explains why you should come into Shakespeare’s world. His writing gives us an extraordinary looking glass into the last 400 years, but in many ways it is the same as today!

Evvy Miller - Shakespeare

Evvy shares her passion for Shakespeare and explains why you should come into Shakespeare’s world. His writing gives us an extraordinary looking glass into the last 400 years, but in many ways it is the same as today!

COURSE BREAKDOWN

  • 1

    Course introduction

    • Meet Evvy, one of our Shakespeare coaches!

  • 2

    Acting Chat Board

    • What is a chat board?

  • 3

    Why Shakespeare is for you

    • Why Shakespeare is for you

  • 4

    Shakespeare myths

    • Shakespeare Myths

  • 5

    Speaking verse - part 1

    • Speaking verse - part 1

  • 6

    How to approach a Shakespeare monologue

    • How to approach a Shakespeare monologue

  • 7

    Speaking verse - part 2

    • Speaking verse - part 2

  • 8

    Vocal techniques for speaking Shakespeare

    • Vocal techniques for speaking Shakespeare

  • 9

    How to approach a Shakespeare scene

    • How to approach a Shakespeare scene

  • 10

    Understanding a Shakespeare character

    • Understanding a Shakespeare character

  • 11

    Shakespeare's language

    • Shakespeare's language

  • 12

    What Hamlet tells us

    • What Hamlet tells us

  • 13

    How did you get on?

    • Share progress

  • 14

    Extra Resources

    • How to speak Shakespeare

    • Shakespeare exercises

    • Shakespeare glossary

    • Shakespeare speech selection

    • Sonnets

WHAT YOU'LL GET

11 video lessons

An understanding of why everyone should read Shakespeare

Practical tasks to get you understanding Shakespeares work

Downloadable resources to help you

A certificate to share your achievement with the world when you finish the course

YOUR COACH

Shakespeare Coach

Evvy Miller

Evvy is one of our Shakespeare coaches. She trained at Guildhall and has toured internationally with The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), The Globe and played leading parts at The National Theatre.