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The Remarkably Resilient Jacqueline d'Hainault

Jacqueline of Hainault, also known as Jacoba of Bavaria, is one of those Medieval ladies who seems to have slipped under the radar of history. 1,290 more words

The Planatgenets

William Shakespeare, "Henry V," Saint Crispin's Day

“What’s he that wishes so?

My cousin Westmoreland? No, my fair cousin;

If we are mark’d to die, we are enow

To do our country loss; and if to live, 397 more words

Random Notes

Henry V at Shakespeare & Company is both history play and a raucous, bawdy comedy

(l to r) Sarah Jeanette Taylor and Jonathan Croy

(l to r) Jennie M. Jadow, Ryan Winkles and Caroline Calkins.

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(l to r) Sarah Jeanette Taylor, Jonathan Croy and Kelly Galvin. 1,371 more words

Theatre

Witchy Woman - the fall of Eleanor Cobham, Duchess of Gloucester

Born around 1400 and probably at the castle of Sterborough in Kent, Eleanor Cobham was the daughter of Sir Reginald Cobham of Sterborough and his wife Eleanor, daughter of Sir Thomas Culpeper of Rayal. 1,268 more words

The Planatgenets

CTC’s season all set to dazzle Chautauqua audience


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Actress Audrey Corsa gestures to other actors. The show opens 2:15 p.m. Saturday in Bratton Theater.

And let us, ciphers to this great account, 558 more words

The Arts

Quote of the Fortnight: Shakespeare's "Richard II"

After a brief break, the Quote of the Fortnight is back! This week’s quote is a speech from William Shakespeare’s “Richard II,” the first play in the so-called “Henriad,” the series of plays concerning Henry IV and his son, Henry V, two of the greatest English kings. 270 more words

Literature

"The text most infallibly concludes it." -Love's Labours Lost, IV.2

Monday morning’s audition process had three stages. First, campers learned an acoustic song that was sung in a round.  In groups, they had freedom to turn that song into a showcase, to share their music, vocal, and dance skills.   198 more words

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