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For, who would bear the whips and scorns of time,

We all would, wouldn’t we? Or at least most of us do, most of the time. We bear the whips and scorn until we cannot bear them any more. 312 more words


Summer Camp - Day 4

Yesterday, the kids designed costumes and chose elements (earth, air, water, fire), colours, and lines (straight, curved, jagged etc.) to represent their characters’ traits.  Today, we were back in the design room, trying on hats, shirts, vests, dresses, scarves – you name it – till everyone had an outfit. 56 more words


The Plot Story: Prologue

Every story has a beginning. Yeah, and a middle and an ending, I hear you sneering, and I must stop you right there. You cannot begin a story by sneering, regardless of what you think of its opening sentence. 1,694 more words


Armed with wit- Hamlet's merry satire

Somewhere in the history of literature is a story set in a brutal world, where words are described as “daggers”, and satire gleefully skips along to play, with comedy at her heels. 468 more words


To Play the King

“There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”

― William Shakespeare, Hamlet

To manipulate your life,

cheating death,

control the cards, 117 more words


#ArtBlog 36

Remember last night, I tried to make a random Ophelia sketch from Hamlet. Now i tried to paint a new one now in my own… 24 more words


Summer Camp - Day 3

Hamlet has been cast!  Guildenstern is dead (that is, he has been cut from the script) – and there is debate as to whether Rosencrantz (who will deliver Guildenstern’s lines) should be dubbed Rosenstern, Guildencrantz, or Rosencrantz Guildenstern.  167 more words