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Shakespearing #37: The Tempest

Shakespearing #37 by David Foley

The Tempest

Sometimes it takes a production that doesn’t work to make you understand how a play does. As I re-read… 655 more words


Shakespearing #34: Pericles

Shakespearing #34 by David Foley


Last week I mentioned a tug-of-war I’d felt in college between the Shakespeare-as-literature and the Shakespeare-as-drama camps, but now I wonder if I just don’t get academics in general. 631 more words


Shakespearing #33: Timon of Athens

Shakespearing #33 by David Foley

Timon of Athens

Timon of Athens is supposed to be one of the plays Shakespeare collaborated on. The speculation is that Thomas Middleton ( 650 more words


American Motorcyclist Association announces additions to AMA Board of Directors

PICKERINGTON, OH – April 6, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –  The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce that the AMA Board of Directors ratified three new board members at a Friday, March 27, board meeting in Stecoah, N.C. 411 more words


Shakespearing #31: Antony and Cleopatra

Shakespearing #31 by David Foley

Antony and Cleopatra

One reason I wouldn’t be a good playwriting teacher is that I wouldn’t know how to teach inconsistency. 658 more words


Deadly Murder

I paid another visit to the Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch on Monday in order to see their new show, a thriller called Deadly Murder. Written by David Foley, the play is directed by Simon Jessop and stars ex- 409 more words


Shakespearing #25: Troilus and Cressida

Shakespearing #25 by David Foley

Troilus and Cressida

You have to let critics do what they do, and one who reviewed my play Cressida Among the Greeks… 649 more words