All the world's a stage

 
... And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances...
The theatre workshop with David Taylor was a great experience for everybody. The class 3A staged  “The Canterbury Tales”. Whereas the 3B and 3C worked on "Three Murders, a Suicide & a Near Miss" based on Shakespeare's "Othello". 
The students prepared the plays in class and then, with the help of David, they came up with their own interpretations and brought them to life in lots of funny and tragic scenes.
The stage is yours!  A mix of students' voice

At first we were told we would act out different scenes, some funny, some erotic, some serious, some sad. It was interesting to have a go at acting and see how a director works.

I really liked the way how he taught us and gave us advice. I wish we could have another day like that.

 

It was funny to act and see the others act.

The project was a great opportunity to practice our English and to have a lot of fun at the same time.

The workshop with David Taylor was an adventure.

David Taylor is a really incredible actor and brilliant director with a big sense of humour. It was really hilarious. The time was flying. I can’t say anything else but it was fantastic and we would like to a similar workshop again next year.

I’m looking forward to watching the movie :)

 

I'm not the kind of actor, but when I read the play the first time in class I liked it very much.

At a workshop like this you can learn much more than during a normal lesson.

 

 

It was good that it was not a problem that we didn't know the text by heart.

The atmosphere was relaxed. A great experience!

 

A great experience to for our "Klassengemeinschaft":

The workshop was interesting, funny and we learnt a lot.

 

The workshop was great. David Taylor is a nice man ... I know now I want to become an actress.

David Taylor is an inspiring person and it was a pleasure to work with him.

An amusing and interesting day!