Teachers gather at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Forty-seven teachers representing eighteen school districts statewide participated in the workshop. Elizabeth Richmond-Garza, Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor of English at The University of Texas at Austin, delivers a lecture on Shakespeare in his time and ours. Elizabeth Richmond-Garza discusses Shakespeare with William Perkins of League City's Ball High School (left) and Noelle Green-Anderson of Beaumont's Central Medical Magnet High School. Elizabeth Richmond-Garza leads a workshop on approaches to teaching Shakespearean drama. J. Dennis Huston, professor of English at Rice University, lectures on approaches to teaching Shakespearean comedy. J. Dennis Huston shares approaches to teaching Shakespearean comedy. J. Dennis Huston responds to questions from teachers after concluding his lecture. J. Dennis Huston leads teachers in a workshop on teaching Shakespearean comedy using film adaptations of the plays. J. Dennis Huston leads an afternoon workshop. John P. Rumrich, Arthur J. Thaman and Wilhelmina Dore' Thaman Endowed Professor in English at The University of Texas at Austin, speaks about the classical sources of Shakespearean tragedy. John P. Rumrich analyzes pivotal passages from Shakespeare's tragedies with Austin's Cedar Ridge High School teachers Holly Griffin (left) and Jonathan Hayden. Paul Sullivan, lecturer at The University of Texas at Austin, delivers a lecture on teaching Shakespeare through performance. Paul Sullivan demonstrates performance-based strategies for teaching Shakespeare. Paul Sullivan leads a workshop on teaching Shakespeare through performance. Paul Sullivan discusses methods of teaching Shakespeare with John Limon of San Antonio's Roger Middle School.