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 Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise listens as Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, reads Shakespeare in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.

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Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise listens as Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, reads Shakespeare in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.

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  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise coaches Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise coaches Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise coaches Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Under the guidance of theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise, Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, reads a sonnet by Shakespeare as he prepares for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
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Under the guidance of theatrical coach John McKerrow, Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, reads a sonnet by Shakespeare at Naples High auditorium on Tuesday as he prepares for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country Sunday, Monday and Tuesday in New York City.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Naples High School junior Zachary Krietemeyer, 16, adds some physical drama to a Shakespeare sonnet Tuesday at Naples High auditorium in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition. Kietemeyer will represent Florida against almost 60 students from across the country Sunday, Monday and Tuesday in New York City.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise coaches Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Under the guidance of theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise, Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, reads a sonnet by Shakespeare as he prepares for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Theatrical coach John McKerrow, with Shakespeare in Paradise, coaches Zachary Kreitermeyer in preparation for next week’s national Shakespeare competition in New York City.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise coaches Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Under the guidance of theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise, Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, reads a sonnet by Shakespeare as he prepares for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, studies an excerpt from Macbeth by Shakespeare before having to act it out as he prepares for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise coaches Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise listens as Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, reads Shakespeare in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, studies an excerpt from Macbeth by Shakespeare before having to act it out as he prepares for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise coaches Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise coaches Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Theatrical coach John McKerrow, with Shakespeare in Paradise, coaches Zachary Krietemeyer in preparation for the upcoming Shakespeare competition.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise coaches Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, studies an excerpt from Macbeth by Shakespeare before having to act it out as he prepares for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise coaches Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, in preparation for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.
  • Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly 
 Under the guidance of theatrical coach John McKerrow with Shakespeare in Paradise, Naples High School junior Zachary Kreitermeyer, 16, reads a sonnet by Shakespeare as he prepares for the 30th Annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition on Tuesday at the Naples High auditorium. Kreitermeyer will represent Florida against nearly 60 students from across the country in New York City on April 21-23.

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