West Florida Public Library

A good day is when you learn something new. Or, as you get older, learn something over again. Sort of like rereading a good book, which is doubly rewarding when you can’t remember what happened from reading it the first time.

Anyway, last week I relearned two things: the value of a library card, and the reassuring fact that there are good people out there.

Local Teens Perform Shakespeare Monologues

Feb 4, 2014
Daisy Brustad

The Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company recently performed its monologue showcase. The group, also referred to as "SETSCO,"  is partnering with the West Florida Public Library for a year of events promoting Shakespeare’s work.

Each of the student actors chose and prepared a monologue out of the Shakespeare canon for their annual monologue showcase. J.D. Thiemann joined SETSCO four years ago. One of the monologues he performed that evening was the St. Crispin’s Day speech from “Henry V.”