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While the world may be acknowledging the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death (April 23, 1616) this year, closer to home the The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey is celebrating its 54th season with seven productions and an exhibition of the Bard’s First Folio. 1,353 more words
Coriolanus, x ACT V, SCENE I. Rome. A public place.
Enter MENENIUS, COMINIUS, SICINIUS, BRUTUS, and others
No, I’ll not go: you hear what he hath said… 5,571 more words
Henry VIII, ACT IV, SCENE I. A street in Westminster.
Enter two Gentlemen, meeting one another
You’re well met once again.
Second Gentleman… 2,974 more words
Coriolanus, ACT III, SCENE I. Rome. A street.
Cornets. Enter CORIOLANUS, MENENIUS, all the Gentry, COMINIUS, TITUS LARTIUS, and other Senators
Tullus Aufidius then had made new head? 5,535 more words
Coriolanus, ACT II, SCENE I. Rome. A public place.
Enter MENENIUS with the two Tribunes of the people, SICINIUS and BRUTUS.
The augurer tells me we shall have news to-night. 6,058 more words