Mourning Shakespeare’s Death 400 Years Later

Today marks 400 years since William Shakespeare left this world.  Internationally, people will celebrate the famous playwright & poet in a variety of ways.

Take a look at Lego’s tribute, which recreates scenes from Romeo & Juliet, Macbeth, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. 

If you’re not sure how to honor the bard, check out this list of 14 ways to celebrate compiled by Bustle.

Close to home for me, Penn State Theatre will hold a free performance of various scenes from various plays, and the event is titled Deathapalooza.

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Posted by Kate, VP Secondary, PCTELA

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Mourning Shakespeare’s Death 400 Years Later

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