Course Code: 1197G
Dates: March 27, 2022
Meets: One Sun., 1:30-3:30PM 03/27 (MT)
Location: Colorado Free University in Lowry.
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Plays are written to be heard and giving voice to the written word is a joyous experience. In current times, adults seldom get the opportunity to read aloud outside their own homes. But, reading with others has great benefits from improving individual memory and comprehension to building emotional bonds. In this "class," participants will read the parts in a compelling play or series of scenes and share their reactions. You don't need to have any desire to be on stage to join voices with others and bring a script to life. This isn't an academic class, the goal is simply to enjoy the plays in the company of others. Annie Huggins is part of that legendary generation of English majors who went on to an illustrious career in education and technology. Now retired, Annie continues to read English voraciously. Annie was a part of CFU's popular "Reader's Theater," originally lead by John Hand, and is eager to revive the tradition. She will bring a selection of plays to each session to give participants choices. Participants can join one or all the sessions.
Colorado Free University in Lowry.