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The Taming of the Shrew, The Heidi Chronicles, and The Dead Play.

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Can we please finally agree that The Taming of the Shrew is a dead play? Please?

I probably should backtrack and start over. 965 mais palavras

The San Francisco Scene--Seen!

Music stirs the soul

“If music be the food of love, play on.”
William Shakespeare

What brings great joy to your life? What brings great happiness to your days? What brings great passion to your endeavors? 250 mais palavras


Something Wicked This Way Comes In New Macbeth Clips

“Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires.” – Macbeth, Act One, Scene Four. 

William Shakespeare’s most maddening and darkest tragedy has been brought back to the screen with a vengeance by director Justin Kurzel ( 174 mais palavras


The Tempest at Laurel Mill Playhouse, May 29-June 14

The Tempest at Laurel Mill Playhouse, May 29-June 14

The Tempest – Laurel Mill Playhouse Shakespeare Teen Theatre
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Michael Hartsfield… 143 mais palavras


Fructify is the Shakespearean Word Of The Day (05/25/15)

Fructify (v.)

Fructify means bear fruit, become fruitful. Fructify is cited in two of Williams Shakespeare’s play Love’s Labour’s Lost (LLL.IV.ii.29) Nathaniel says to Holofernes, of Dull: “We thankful should be for those parts that do fructify in us more than he.” 25 mais palavras


Shakespeare Piece of the Day: Julius Caesar (05/25/15)

Taken from the Complete Works of William Shakespeare

Julius Caesar



First Citizen
O piteous spectacle!

Second Citizen… 336 mais palavras


King John

Candle-lit, incense-infused, thrilling and atmospheric, ‘King John’ as performed at Northampton’s Holy Sepulchre Church was everything you want an immersive theatre experience to be. This little-performed play by Shakespeare made a powerful impact in this unique setting, with the power struggles and violence of the Middle Ages being brought vividly to life. 462 mais palavras