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If you think that Shakespeare’s boring, then this is the program for you!

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If you think that Shakespeare’s boring, then this is the program for you! Taking Shakespeare out of the classroom and into real life, the Producers of From Sonnet to Song use musical versions of Shakespeare’s Sonnets to discuss issues including women and history. Whether you’re new to the Bard or you’re a seasoned academic, this 30-minute dose of Shakespeare is sure to leave you smiling.

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Mary Fenwick started as a journalist with Radio New Zealand, before joining London Weekend Television. Current writing includes a monthly column for the UK’s biggest mindful living magazine, Psychologies. Mary is a director of Enterprise and Parliamentary Dialogue International (EPDI) advising on the role of women in building democracy and prosperity. She is a former business director of […]

From Sonnet to Song crew

Isabelle Schuler is the Founder and Composer at From Sonnet to Song. Growing up in the beautiful state of Oregon, Isabelle was first dazzled by Shakespeare’s works as performed by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. She hopes to lead from the incredible example they set by making Shakespeare more accessible (and honestly more fun).   Isabelle […]

Martha is From Sonnet to Song’s Co-Producer and resident Director. She studied English Language and Literature at Oxford University, where she completed a hefty course on Shakespeare. She is an advocate for equal access to education, and she hopes that From Sonnet to Song will help to make Shakespeare more accessible. When she’s not working […]