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Your Majesty shall mock me

The actual notes I made while watching Henry V go like this:

  • Tom whats-his-face from King Lear! He always sounds that drippy!
  • Tom Hiddleston riding. Does he do his own riding?
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O do not wish one more!

I have just finished watching the Hollow Crown. What a brilliant and masterful production it has been. Richard II did stand out for me, but all the casting and production has been great, and I can’t wait for round 2! 218 more words

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More Cheese...

I had replied to a commenter on my post yesterday on Cheese (with a capital ‘C’, because Cheese is very important), with an attempt to bring all the wondrous glory that is cheese (oops… I mean Cheese) into a poem, of sorts… 438 more words

Humor

Five Shakespearean Movies

I’ve been thinking a lot about Shakespeare lately. Last week, I saw Since I Suppose, a play inspired by Measure by Measure. Earlier this summer, I saw both… 589 more words

Film

Shakespeare Sunday - The Hollow Crown

Yesterday I finally was able to do my Hollow Crown Henry V photo shoot with Lauren Dubois​. Hooray!

It’ll be a little while until I’m able to share those pictures, since editing takes time. 48 more words

Guest Blog: Meeting Catherine - My Journey from Shakespeare’s 'Henry V' to 'Catherine de Valois'

By Laurel A. Rockefeller

Henry V is one of the most beloved plays of all time. Though mostly about King Henry’s war with France and his victory at Agincourt on 25th October 1415, the play introduces us to Henry V’s future queen Catherine de Valois from Henry’s decidedly biased point of view. 554 more words

Literature

Guest Blog: Meeting Catherine - My Journey from Shakespeare’s 'Henry V' to 'Catherine de Valois'

By Laurel A. Rockefeller

Henry V is one of the most beloved plays of all time. Though mostly about King Henry’s war with France and his victory at Agincourt on 25th October 1415, the play introduces us to Henry V’s future queen Catherine de Valois from Henry’s decidedly biased point of view. 554 more words

Literature