Actor Jonathan Epstein’s Sonnet Workshop: A Video

Watch the Shakespearean actor take the stage during one of his sonnet workshops.

Read Craig Lambert’s “Sonnets and the Stage” from the January-February issue of this magazine, and then watch Shakespearean actor Jonathan Epstein '77 perform a sonnet with an audience member, and discuss the roots of the English language, during one of his sonnet workshops. Epstein travels to theater companies, high schools, and colleges around the country with his Shakespeare and sonnet workshops, which can last anywhere from half a day to a week. 

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