Shakespeare Lecture Series with Dr. William L. Heller
Shakespeare’s Use of Language (Thursday, April 15) - Join us as we explore Shakespeare’s gift for language, from his beautiful imagery to his pointed dialogue to his expressive soliloquies. We will explore how Shakespeare uses literary techniques to elevate his language into poetry.
Suggested donation: $45
Choose from Live or Pre-Recorded Options below:
All lectures are virtual. You have two options when purchasing:
- Live: You will view the lecture at the date/time shown blow and will receive a Zoom link via email one day prior.
- Pre-recorded: Once the live sessions have ended, you will receive a link via email to watch at your own pace.
Dr. William L. Heller has experience teaching Shakespeare to students on all levels. In 2005, Bill received his Ph.D. from NYU, where he has taught graduate-level courses in English Education and Educational Theatre. He has taught for the Folger Shakespeare Library's summer Teaching Shakespeare Institute, and has delivered numerous conference presentations on engaging methods for teaching Shakespeare. He also served as a member of an educational advisory board for the PBS series Shakespeare Uncovered, and as the featured speaker on a Shakespeare-themed Celebrity cruise.