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Review: Kill Shakespeare: The Mask of Night Issue 1

Written by Conor McCreery and Anthony Del Col

Art by Andy Belanger

Colours by Shari Chankhamma

Lettering by Chris Mowry

Published by IDW

£2.85

I’ve loved Kill Shakespeare from when it first turned up. 403 more words

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Review – Othello, Frantic Assembly, Oxford Playhouse, 21st October 2014

One of the great things about Shakespeare is that you can play him dead straight, at the time in which the play was written, all Elizabethan costume, jesters and madrigals, and it works just fine. 1,589 more words

Chris Sparkle

Black History Month special: Paul Robeson (April 9, 1898 – January 23, 1976)

Actor, singer, activist and orator, Robeson was key in the Harlem Resistance, and his influence spans globally. He is felt in Russia, South Africa, Australia, England and Whales especially, where he formed a bond with miners. 140 more words

Black History Month

The Illyrian Players Open a Provocative OTHELLO This Halloween

From the company that brought you a cross-gender cast Macbeth and The Taming of the Shrew as a BDSM love story, comes a provocative Othello… 239 more words

Los Angeles

Teaching Shakespeare: Mini-Research Projects

By Deborah Gascon

I set a goal this school year to include several, less time-consuming (but equally as meaningful), mini-research projects into my teaching of literature. 673 more words

Teaching

Until Death Do Us Part - Maybe

Emilia seems to be a faithful wife to the general public, but in the security of Desdemona’s chamber she reveals the possibility of a lesser… 812 more words

Emilia

Until Death Do Us Part - Maybe

Emilia seems to be a faithful wife to the general public, but in the security of Desdemona’s chamber she reveals the possibility of a lesser… 812 more words

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