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Reading Wrap Up | June - July 2015

Part One:

In which my reading adventures take me to the glamourous speakeasies of Jazz Age Paris, the decadent courts of Elizabethan Era and the war-torn trenches of the First World War. 246 more words


Sigh No More, Ladies

I have lovely friends and playmates in this amazing school that teaches improv by genre. We’re doing a class based on the works of Shakespeare and then we will perform in that style, doing our darnedest to sound like we’re from the Elizabethan era (Yipes!). 159 more words

We Are Feminism (and So Can You!)

Make-up Throughout History - 1558 to 1901

Elizabethan Era (1558 – 1603)

Queen Elizabeth I dictated style during the Elizabethan era and since Queen Elizabeth had naturally red hair, other women would dye their hair red or auburn or they wore wigs to match the shade. 354 more words

Beauty With Ally

Unravelling the Mystery: The Professor and the un-Countess

Reviewing Shakespeare and the Countess: The Battle that Gave Birth to the Globe by Chris Laoutaris; Penguin, 2014

The great mystery, of course, is how and by what means the London Stage was brought to life during one of the most repressive periods in Western History. 2,948 more words

Authorship Question

ENG 10 Unit 1.4 Romantic and Elizabethan Drama

Warm-up: Review and discuss the following terms and concepts:

Romance: a tale of adventure that features extravagant characters, exotic places, heroic events, passionate love or chivalry, & the supernatural… 988 more words


Crushing (and Gushing) On Queen Bess

I’ve always been fascinated by the era of England’s Queen Elizabeth I.  She ruled a nation on the rising side of Empire, and the virile energy of the day reflected this.   555 more words