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The Hundred Years' War

The Hundred Years’ War lasted from 1337 until 1453. Many different kings fought and ruled over the course of this war. Probably the most famous person who fought in the war was Joan of Arc. 784 more words

School Essays

Bertie murders Henry the Fifth

Le Cateau, France, 26th August 1914: General Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien disobeys his superior’s orders and decides to stand and fight the hastily approaching enemy instead of continuing the retreat of II Corps. 441 more words

August 1914

STAGEiT! Shakespeare – Grades 5-8 – Book Review

This is a book review of STAGEiT! Shakespeare.  The author of STAGEiT! Shakespeare is Floyd Rumohr, and he was gracious enough to send me a few copies so I could review them and give some away to my followers.   30 more words

Shakespeare Teaching Ideas

Post 36: Agincourt by Juliet Barker

Again with the poor timing: I’ve just finished reading Agincourt by Juliet Barker and was considering whether I can be bothered holding on until Saint Crispin’s Day (25th October) before I post this – obviously not. 1,419 more words

History

The Action to the Word: Gesture as Close Reading

By Kevin J. Costa

This past June, I attended the Michael Chekhov Association’s annual International Conference and Workshop in New London, CT. MICHA is an international organization that offers, among other things, intensive actor training each summer for people interested in Chekhov’s psycho-physical approach to the art of acting. 809 more words

Teaching

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