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Teen infuses power and life in Shakespeare characters

By Michael Tsai

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 25, 2014

~~<p>The first indication Melissa Dalbert-Weiss had that her younger son, Ari, had an affinity for the stage came early on.</p>
<p>It was 2004 or thereabouts, and Dalbert-Weiss' older son, Leo, was taking part in the Hawaii Home School Association's summer Shakespeare festival. Ari, just 4 years old at the time, made a habit of sitting in the front row at rehearsals, watching with rapt fascination as the older kids walked through their parts.</p>
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The first indication Melissa Dalbert-Weiss had that her younger son, Ari, had an affinity for the stage came early on.

It was 2004 or thereabouts, and Dalbert-Weiss' older son, Leo, was taking part in the Hawaii Home School Association's summer Shakespeare festival. Ari, just 4 years old at the time, made a habit of sitting in the front row at rehearsals, watching with rapt fascination as the older kids walked through their parts. Login for more...



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