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James Shapiro on Shakespeare (Online)

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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 12
System Requirements: Requirements:
  • high-speed Internet connection
  • internal or external computer speaker
  • internal or external computer mic
For PC: 
  • Windows 7 or higher
For MAC: 
  • OS X 10.8.5 or higher
Class Delivery: Enjoy in the comfort of your own home, classroom or studio!
  • Individual courses are affordably priced
  • All times are Eastern Standard
  • An email with login instructions will be sent to all participants prior to the event.
Teacher: James Shapiro

Flexible Reschedule Policy: This provider has flexible, free rescheduling for any-in person workshop. Please see the cancellation policy for more details

What you'll learn in this literature class:

James Shapiro leads participants through the pair of plays that the Public Theater will stage this summer at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.

This series of classes will offer insights into the language, style and performance histories of the plays, with the goal of preparing theatergoers to get the most out of seeing these productions.

  • June 15: Richard III
  • June 29: As You Like It

This class will take place online. Spots are limited. Sessions will be recorded and made available to registered students for later viewing.


Remote Learning

This course is available for "remote" learning and will be available to anyone with access to an internet device with a microphone (this includes most models of computers, tablets). Classes will take place with a "Live" instructor at the date/times listed below.

Upon registration, the instructor will send along additional information about how to log-on and participate in the class.

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Refund Policies:

92nd Street Y is not responsible for providing makeup classes or issuing refunds for programs missed as a result of illness, emergencies or other events beyond our control.

There are no refunds for outings, classes or workshops that meet fewer than three times per semester.

If you are unable to attend, you may contact Customer Service prior to the first date for a receipt that enables you to claim your contribution as a tax-deductible gift.

Unless otherwise noted in program description, the following schedule applies to programs which meet three times or more per semester:

  • To receive a 100% refund, written request must be received 2 weeks prior to the first session.
  • To receive a 75% refund, written request must be received at least one day prior to the first session.
  • To receive a 50% refund, written request must be received at least one day prior to the second session.
  • After that, refunds cannot be granted.

All refund requests must be submitted in writing to Customer Service. Refunds are computed from the date written notice is received.

To receive a refund, you must enclose the original of your confirmation letter.

Please allow three to four weeks for processing of your refund request. Processing fees, membership fees, auditions fees and class or exercise cards are not refundable. No cash refunds.

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