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Shakespeare in Round Top

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Hidden : 06/21/2009
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Well, actually it is "Shakespeare in Winedale. "

Cache is placed outside of Visitor's Center. You will pass the Shakespeare barn on the right as you come in. You will also be able to see the historical village and take a tour if the time is right (it is open M-F 9-5, but you have 24-7access to the cache).

Shakespeare at Winedale was established in 1970 as a UT English course . Founded by Professor James B. Ayres on the belief that the best way to study Shakespeare’s plays is to perform them, Shakespeare at Winedale offers a unique opportunity to explore these rich and complex texts through the creative act of play. Students in the summer program spend two months in the Texas countryside, studying and performing three plays in the converted nineteenth-century barn that is the theatre. The plays are then for you and I to enjoy.

Winedale, a part of the University of Texas's Center for American History, is a complex of nineteenth-century structures and modern facilities situated on 225 acres near Round Top, Texas, in northern Fayette County.



More about Shakespeare: http://www.shakespeare-winedale.org/events/

More about Winedale: http://www.cah.utexas.edu/museums/winedale_intro.php

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