PBS film: At-risk students and the Bard

09/6/2005 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Public Broadcasting's "P.O.V." program will kick off its fall season this week with an hour-long look at Los Angeles teacher Rafe Esquith's Hobart Shakespeareans troupe. The documentary chronicles the award-winning teacher's fifth-grade students, many of whom come from poor immigrant families, as they worked overtime to prepare the unabridged version of "Hamlet" in 2003.

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