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Week 11: Henry V

Play: Henry V
Last Read: NEW

My first Henriad is complete. What a powerhouse of a series! Of course, we all know from my last review that there are some weak points in this epic, but they are all forgiven due to the efforts of the early plays and this grand finale. 1,539 more words

WHAT'S ON JULY 2014: Henry V - Bard in the Botanics

Directed and adapted by Jennifer Dick

“Awake our sleeping sword of war…
We would not seek a battle as we are,
Nor, as we are, we say we will not shun it”
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What's On July 2014

Scrap Book Project - The Dunsmore School Annual Show and a Very Short Career in Acting

Every year at Dunsmore (now Ashlawn) School in Rugby there was a school production which ran for several nights and parents and family used to come along to watch. 823 more words

History

Week 9: Henry IV Part 1

Play: Henry IV Part 1
Last Read: NEW

I know, I know. I’m doing very badly at keeping up with the schedule. Last time, I blamed it on  1,859 more words

Harry the King Defeated by Rain on Opening Night

It was a poignant sight. The valiant but sodden Henry V of Repercussion Theatre’s Harry the King making his way off the stage in Westmount Park… 185 more words

Stage And Page

"I Will Strike You Down and Cut off Your Head"

If you are into trash talking, you may want to check out my recently published article,

” ‘I Will Strike You down and Cut off Your Head’ (1 Samuel 17:42) Trash Talking, Derogatory Rhetoric, and Psychological Warfare in Ancient Israel.” 303 more words

Old Testament

You're the Only Tenn-I-ssee, Nashville

Perhaps one of the neatest parts about living in Louisville is there is always something to do.

Thursday evening, Carol (my housemate) and I went to Shakespeare in the Park – part of one of the longest running, FREE Shakespeare festivals in the nation! 1,092 more words