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Ten Questions for Tatiana Jennings

Tatiana Jennings is a Russian born and trained actor, director, dancer and choreographer. She studied theatre and film at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts and was a star of the Moscow experimental theatre scene. 2,560 more words

Questions, Questions

Fill in the Gaps: Progress Report

Approximately 3 1/2 years ago I came across the Fill in the Gaps challenge on the blog A Novel Challenge.

The aim of the challenge is to read a 100 books that you have been meaning to read in the space of 5 years. 441 more words


Dark Dark Tale in the Time of the Bard

I love book covers/art that is not a secret but I often do not think twice about the title.  With this novel DARK AEMILIA I was drawn to the title but expected something more.  312 more words


Shakespeare Piece of the Day (08/31/14) The Taming of the Shrew

Taken from the Complete Works of William Shakespeare

The Taming of the Shrew




SCENE I.—PADULA. The same. A Room in  801 more words


Fallen for Paris

26 August 2014

My love as deep; the more I give to thee,
The more I have, both are infinite.
~William Shakespeare


Hetalia - Hamlet's Soliloquy

Denmark knows Hamlet’s Soliloquy off by heart, much to the rest of the Nordic’s and England’s surprise.

But when he revealed to everyone that he can recite it verbatim, he made the mistake of using a prop skull. 45 more words


Plays > Movies | The Tempest by William Shakespeare

{Photo from The Tempest play}

Last night, Mark and I watched The Tempest a playwright by William Shakespeare.  It was our first time watching at the South Coast Repertory and we were amazed by  325 more words