It was a time of radical change, a time of violence. England was under
siege, internally and externally, by foreign adversaries. Being on the
wrong side, politically or religiously, could result in torture and
death. Into this confusing and disordered world strode a young married
man who had left his home of Stratford-upon-Avon to attempt his hand at
playwriting for the London stage. His name was William Shakespeare.
After a few relevant comments from the instructor, the class will watch
weekly episodes of the lively, rambunctious and riotous series “WILL.”