1. If we change the way we think about honor, could we make the world a better place? Philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah proves we can in The Honor Code.

    Join the conversation and tweet #HONORCODE to have your tweet featured on the GE FOCUS FORWARD website. Go to focusforwardfilms.com/films/25/the-honor-code to see the discussion.

    Watch more GE FOCUS FORWARD films at vimeo.com/focusforwardfilms/films.

    An ArtsEngine, Inc. Production

    PRODUCED BY - Marilyn Ness, Christina King
    EDITED BY - Gabriel Rhodes
    MUSIC COMPOSED BY - John Kimbrough
    ANIMATION BY - Ace & Son Moving Picture Company
    ANIMATION DIRECTOR - Richard O'Connor
    CAMERA - William Rexer II
    SOUND - John Zecca
    RESEARCHER - Danielle Varga
    SPECIAL THANKS - Kwame Anthony Appiah

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  2. We chatted with some of the members of Shakespeare in the Square while they rehearsed for their upcoming production, 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.

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  3. Speaking Daggers is a program created by Shakespeare on the Sound and funded by GE Capital to address the issue of bullying. Speaking Daggers utilizes Shakespeare's text, specifically A Midsummer Night's Dream, Romeo and Juliet, and The Merchant of Venice to address Cyber-Bullying, Conflict/Resolution, and Empathy Building.

    Speaking Daggers has been featured at the middle schools in Norwalk, CT at the after school partnership with the students from the George Washington Carver Center.

    If you are interested in more information about this program or to bring this workshop into your school, please contact Director of Education, Emily Bryan at emily@shakespeareonthesound.org

    Teaching Artists: Eddie R. Brown, Desiree Rodriguez, Alex Major, Brendan T. Boland, Tiffany Rachelle Stewart
    Director: Awoye Timpo
    Video Footage by Nick Pisarro.
    Video Editing and Design: McCann-Erickson

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  4. Desperate heroes—Hamlet, Juliet, Romeo, Falstaff, Othello—must hunt down a reclusive wizard, their one hope against the allied malevolence of Iago, Richard III and Lady Macbeth. The wizard's name? Shakespeare.

    Kill Shakespeare
    Midwest Premiere

    March 4-26, 2013
    adapted from the graphic novel by Anthony Del Col & Conor McCreery
    directed by Anderson Lawfer

    Performing in Hugen Hall at Strawdog Theatre (3829 N. Broadway, Chicago)
    Mondays and Tuesdays at 8pm. Sundays at noon.
    tickets $15

    featuring: Bryan Bosque, Kate Harris, Nikki Klix, BF Helman, Brian Amidei, Conor Burke, Caleb Probst,
    Steve Herson + James Anthony Zocolli

    projections + scenic Michelle Underwood
    original score Seth Boustead
    sound Gregor Mortis
    ass't director + dramaturge Beth Schmeski
    production manager Morgan Gire

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