Take 2… In stead of CHAT our group will now be working with OSHER, a program that was founded 2004 by the School of Professions and Continuing Studies at the University of Richmond. The goal of this organization is to provide learning opportunities to retired individuals through classes, community outreach, small groups and much more. We will have a group of roughly five individuals working with us this semester to put on act five of A Midsummers Night’s Dream. This week we met in Jepson and following introductions played an ice breaker game we learned in class. We made two piles of cards, one with emotions and one with situations, and took turns choosing a card from each pile and acting out the scenes as the emotion card proscribed. It was a fun way to initially connect with our group and get the creative juices flowing. We then went quickly over the plot as one of the members of the group has not read the play. Today in class, much to the chagrin one of our group members who came to our first meeting The Complete works of Shakespeare in hand, we finished cutting our scene and will have it printed for our next session. We have a fun, animated and enthusiastic group which should make this process all the more enjoyable!