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Shakespeare's Tudor sources and the depiction of his Henry VIII compared to the figure described in early historical records

Shakespeare, an Elizabethan playwright, was at his finest during the Tudor dynasty. It was during this period that Shakespeare wrote most of his history plays. His source was a book called… 782 more words

New Item - Hollow Crown Henry V Tablet Bag

I see you stand like greyhounds in the slips,
Straining upon the start. The game’s afoot:
Follow your spirit, and upon this charge
Cry, ‘God for Harry, England, and Saint George!’ 78 more words

LBSC Continues Season of Spectacle with Henry V

Long Beach Shakespeare Company continues its season of spectcle with its latest production, Henry V. Performances run through Sept 19, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm. 108 more words

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What's Cooking in the Park: 8/27 - 8/30

It’s time for the third weekend of Shakespeare in the Park! We are at the midway point of our annual summer tradition (28 years now!), and we are ready to put on a show! 587 more words


Review: DruidShakespeare at the Kilkenny Arts Festival 2015

“The lining of his coffins shall make coats/To deck our soldiers for these Irish wars” declares Shakespeare’s Richard II. Delivered in Ireland by Irish actor Marty Rea, in the surrounds of a former seat of English colonial power, these lines took on a new significance in the Druid production. 657 more words


Good to meet you...author Mark Casigh

Today it’s a real pleasure to welcome author Mark Casigh. Mark writes hot romances – and when I say hot, I mean hot! So hot I’ve had to make myself a bowl of ice cold sorbet and eat it sitting in front of a fan. 1,874 more words


Townsend, Savage set stage for ‘Henry V’

On paper, Shakespeare is all about the language and grappling with the text. But on stage, Shakespeare is a whole new ballgame: Through the actors’ craft, costumes and lights, the words are brought to life. 589 more words

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