CHESTER SPRINGS, PA — The Chester Springs Library, a member library of the Chester County Library System and a cornerstone of the Village of Historic Yellow Springs, announced they will be discussing Macbeth every Sunday afternoon in February.
This will be a virtual event, using Zoom. The Shakespeare classes will be lead by Professor Charles Conwell, retired professor of Theater, University of the Arts.
Participants will need a copy of Macbeth, which can be reserved through the library’s online catalog or by calling Chester Springs Library at (610) 827-9212.
The library is recommending participants view two films before class: Macbeth (1971) directed by Roman Polanski and Macbeth (2010) starring Sir Patrick Stewart. While these movies are available from the library, Amazon Prime subscribers can access both through their subscription.
To register for this event, visit ccls.libcal.com/event/7381573.
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