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    Preparing for The Tempest

    The kids will be putting on a production of The Tempest this spring, so I'm starting to gather helpful resources.

    Preparing for The Tempest

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    Blue Lace Chiffon Scarf - peacock blue for Juno

    MICHAEL GRAY'S ARTS BLOG: THE TEMPEST Blitzed -- Not sure why this Trinculo has a puppet.

    The Tempest by Joanna Beart-Albrecht, via Behance -- glitter glue and leather scraps in a semi-random pattern

    The Tempest by Joanna Beart-Albrecht, via Behance -- closer view of Trinculo's jacket -- Dear Cam: If you ever wear your pants this low in public, I will eat your favorite hat. Love, Aunt Gwyn

    The Tempest by Joanna Beart-Albrecht, via Behance -- Trinculo is the one on camera right (stage left)

    Angel Colon as Trinculo by huntspoint, via Flickr

    the tempest trinculo -- stripes

    the tempest trinculo -- why does he need a weight-lifting belt?

    the tempest trinculo -- some earthy colors

    Trinculo looking rather Hobbit-like here -- Natalie Staggs

    Trinculo by Vicktrr, via Flickr

    Libby Nancy Emma Irwin -- her Trinculo reminds me of The Joker.

    Trinculo-Costume Rendering by *ScottAronow on deviantART

    photo of Trinculo character

    TRINCULO/Tempest by Elizabeth Popeil

    The Tempest, Trinculo by riicolawill, via Flickr

    McCarter Theatre - Tempest Study Guide - Trinculo design by Jess Goldstein

    Artifact 21079 :: Shakespeare in Performance :: Internet Shakespeare Editions

    costumes for Trinculo and Stephano from The Tempest, produced by Parkside Players. in costumes by Deborah Erenberg

    The Tempest -- Russell Brand "Riff" - amazing, improvised backstory for Trinculo.

    A background / teacher's guide site to go with a PUPPET production of The Tempest. Neat!

    A little inspiration for character study: Trinculo. (My kids have been cast as Trinculo and Juno for our homeschool production of the Tempest.)

    From a PBS site (In Search of Shakespeare) the idea of having 4th graders make character scrapbooks (from the POV of the character).

    Shakespearean Hokey Pokey!

    Shakespearean insult-o-matic.