This is the third (and final) interview done by my son, Dov, about my book, “Lessons From Shakespeare’s Classroom: Empowering Learning Through Drama and Rhetoric.” Here we continue to explore some of the reasons why incorporating drama into the classroom on a regular basis is empowering for both students and teachers. In the picture below, showing the fairies in a 1953 production of “Midsummer Night’s Dream,” my brother John Lithgow is Mustardseed, the fairy on the left, and I (pre-braces) am Moth, the one on the right.

Again, I have to repeat that “Slow Talk” is a particularly appropriate in my case, as I’ve been temporarily slowed down in my speech by a medical issue. I should be regaining my old speech soon. But if you have the patience, enjoy!


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