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Shakespeare's Roman plays on stage

Well, I live within reasonable travelling distance of London, so I may as well take advantage of it!

When the Royal Shakespeare Company announced they were performing all four of Shakespeare’s Roman plays in the same season, I felt like that proverbial kid in the candy-shop, unable to decide which one to go for. 1,581 more words

Literature

PRAY YOU, WHO DOES THE WOLF LOVE?

Talk about a terrible November! First a concussion, and then a terrible flu. Throughout it all, Coriolanus sat sadly on my bedside table, gathering dust and filling me with guilt. 4,899 more words

CORIOLANUS

The Capacity of a Mother: Volumnia's Power

Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus” tells the story of Roman soldier Coriolanus, a man who with valor and strength is able to save Rome from its enemies. Although Coriolanus is the one praised for his military strategy, it is his mother Volumnia who is the real hero of the play. 1,253 more words

STASERA FILM | NOVEMBRE

JUSTICE LEAGUE

Confesso di non essere una grande fan di film di supereroi, sono rimasta a Spiderman 1 ed Il cavaliere oscuro, ma complice l’orario dello spettacolo e la presenza di Momoa/Khal Drogo di GOT ho deciso di dare una chance a questo nuovo film. 101 more words

Butler

Between a What and a What?

Feel like a little insult? Not for you, but for someone else, of course. And today’s offering, from a master of the art, William Shakespeare, is from… 111 more words

Quotes

Power, unto itself most commendable

Concept albums are notoriously tricksy buggers, for every Tommy there’s a host of Tales From Topographic Oceans, so it was with some degree of apprehension that we approached ‘side four’ of Angus Jackson’s vision of Rome at the RSC. 599 more words

Theatre

Coriolanus by William Shakespeare

Genre: Drama
Page #: 339
Published in: 2009
Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Official Synopsis

Set in the earliest days of the Roman Republic, Coriolanus begins with the common people, or plebeians, in armed revolt against the patricians. 436 more words

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