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In the Studio: Recording Julius Caesar

The very talented Robert Richmond (the upcoming Julius Caesar, Richard III, Twelfth Night, Henry V, and Henry VIII) returned to Omega Studios last week along with a cast of Folger favorites to record  153 more words

In Rehearsal

The Old That Does Not Wither

Slow to Change (Written May 21, 2014)

I guess a person can’t change over night,
Or even in months or in years,
‘Cause what you are can be slow to change… 881 more words

Poems

Quote of the Day

That’s a valiant flea that dare eat his breakfast on the lip of a lion.

—Orleans in Henry V

Manners

Bell Shakespeare's Henry V: all class

Bell Shakespeare played Ballarat’s Her Majesty’s last night with Henry V, and it’s one of the best adaptations I’ve seen. A play within a play, both ring true: it’s an absolute triumph for the creative team, headed by director Damien Ryan, with an ingenious set built by Malthouse Theatre. 411 more words

Review

Leadership in Shakespeare's work

How does a leader decide whether to be lenient or to set an example? Nancy Koehn presents this question by drawing from a harrowing scene in Shakespeare’s Henry V. 216 more words

English As A Second Language (ESL)

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You may have been wondering about my recent silence. The reasons go something like this: A few weeks ago it was the funeral of my last surviving grandparent. 163 more words

Theatre

For Harry, England and St George

Course reference number:   C2333565

As the 600th anniversary of Henry’s victory over the French at Agincourt in 1415 approaches, this course examines the story of Henry and his conquest of France. 55 more words

Leicester