Discovering Macbeth

Sharing our innovative and inspiring classroom techniques.

Discovering Macbeth: 2 Disc CD-ROM and DVD Multimedia Teaching Resource

 

We are pleased to announce we have received a grant to help underwrite the cost of this teaching resource.

Originally priced at $99, the complete Discovering Macbeth CD/DVD multimedia package is now available for $39.

Order by Phone: 413.637.1199

Demo Discovering Macbeth right now!

Multi-media technology enables the sharing of innovative and inspiring methods with many more teachers than can be reached through workshops and residencies alone. Please Note: videos in demo will be slower than in the product.

Go to the demo

More Information

At a glance

Requirements for demo

Shakespeare & Company, Inc. Discovering Macbeth:
Through four-day workshops and month-long institutes, Shakespeare & Company has disseminated techniques for incorporating performance into classroom inquiry to hundreds of classroom teachers. The “Discovering Shakespeare” series will take this dissemination to a new level: multi-media technology enables the sharing of innovative and inspiring methods with many more teachers than can be reached through workshops and residencies alone.

CD-ROM/DVD set $99

Discovering Macbeth:
Contact Shakespeare & Company at 413.637.1199 to inquire about purchasing Discovering Macbeth.

Learn more about this product

 

 

 

“Discovering Macbeth” will run directly from the CD in either Internet Explorer, Netscape, Safari or other contemporary browsers. It will work on both Macintosh and PC platforms.

Installation of Quicktime is required. A stand-alone installer for Windows has been included on this disc. If you have a connection to the internet, it is suggested that you go directly to
www.apple.com/quicktime to download the latest installer. Apple users will have Quicktime already installed.

Adobe Acrobat Reader is also required. The reader for Windows is included on this disc. If you do not have the reader, please go to www.adobe.com to download the latest version of the reader.

The DVD will play on conventional NTSC DVD players or computers equipped with a DVD player. The DVD is designed to play in North American Region players.