Digging into 'Macbeth'

Digging into 'Macbeth'

Students in Elizabeth Ward’s junior and senior English language arts classroom at Tolman High School took part in the second in a series of workshops called the “Macbeth Project” with representatives from the Gamm Theatre last Thursday. Students, shown here beginning to rehearse their interpretation of the opening scene of “Macbeth,” include, from left, Megan Klemanchuck, Leiandra Wilson, Joe Groves, Corel Morel, and Kelsey Martins. The Macbeth Project is being paid for through a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. (Valley Breeze photos by Ethan Shorey)
Susie Schutt, education and outreach coordinator for the Gamm Theatre, keeps a close watch on Tolman students’ staging during a rehearsal of “Macbeth” at the school last Thursday. Student Samantha Aguilar watches the action.
Student Kenneth Vieira gets a good laugh as Schutt puts the class through warm-up exercises last Thursday.
Tolman students, from left, Emily Lucas, Monita Minea, Kenneth Vieira, and Alben Chingo follow along with their scripts.
Tolman students Virginia Duarte and Christie DosReis look over their scripts during last Thursday’s rehearsal of “Macbeth.” Juniors and seniors are taking part in the “Macbeth Project,” a grant-funded program from the neighboring Gamm Theatre. (Valley Breeze photos by Ethan Shorey)