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Tragedies Volume I

By: William Shakespeare

Includes: Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth

Location: Bookshelf

Status: unread

Nor do not saw the air too much with your hand, thus.

There are moments, when you first start acting, in which you really do have no idea what to do with your hands. I can remember standing onstage, fully able to recite every word of my lines but utterly confused about what to do with my body. 122 more words


But if you mouth it as many of our players do, I had as life the town crier spoke my lines.

Mouthing a speech makes me think of a baby, chewing bread, gumming it, really, since he has not teeth yet. It’s like taking a text and turning it into mush. 107 more words


A summer of theatre

Although autumn has now crept its way to us, I wanted to revisit my summer of theatre. From London’s West End to New York’s Broadway, I’ve had the privilege of seeing some wonderful plays and musicals over the last few months. 459 more words


October TBR

I wanted to post this yesterday but I didn’t get the time… Finally, here it is!

First of all, this is my September book haul: 274 more words


Why Write? A Statement of Intent

This semester, one of my professors has completely nerd-sniped me about why I write.  What do I really have to offer the world?  I’m a 20-year-old college student, halfway through my English degree.  459 more words

FAST Fiction: Fall Classic Dream State #9

To die, to sleep.
To sleep, perchance to dream…
— Hamlet (via Shakespeare)

• Fall Classic Dream State: Part 123 • … 1,059 more words

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