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Mock jousting and medieval costumes were among the scene-stealers when budding thespians staged a Shakespearean festival at Dyker Heights Intermediate School 201.

The starry-eyed group took to the schoolyard for a tribute showcase, featuring scenes from some of the bard’s most famous plays, accompanied by musical selections.

Elsewhere, on the school grounds, 8010 12th Avenue, young sword warriors courted the crowd with mock fighting while students manned stalls, exhibiting flowers and head pieces.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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