Michael Surrago Discusses Shakespeare
Thursday, April 13 at 11am
Michael Surrago has been a fixture in Manhattan and Hermosa households for over a decade. He tutors high school and college students in Math, English, Science, and History. More recently, he has created Brilliant Brain Camp, a program he designed to help children and adults expand their mind's and brain’s range of movement. He enjoys helping others to see the hidden patterns behind diverse fields of knowledge.
Michael will be discussing how Shakespeare depicts the mind as a force of nature, one that he studied and depicted in his plays much like Newton studied and depicted the laws of motion. This roundtable is aimed at helping students in school, as well as any Shakespeare loving adults, see how the study of nature reveals the nature of the mind, and vice-versa. The discussion will include, but is not limited to, the plays Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, and Julius Caesar, as these plays are being studied by his students over spring break. RSVPs are appreciated.