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If after every tempest come such calms, may the winds blow till they have wakened death.

Poem

Shakespeare Dream Bill: Birmingham Royal Ballet

Autumn is finally here and with it comes a new season of theatre and dance. Leading the charge are Birmingham Royal Ballet with their Shakespeare triple bill, inspired by this year’s 400th anniversary celebrations. 832 more words

Ballet

Excellent 'Red Velvet' ends run this Sunday

This is the last weekend to catch the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s “Red Velvet,” a fascinating play about American actor Ira Aldridge, the first black man to play Othello on a London stage.  972 more words

Shakespeare Theatre Of NJ

It's All on Him

If you have attended an American high school, then you’ve probably read the book Othello by Shakespeare. It’s a typical Shakespearean tragedy, with a tragic hero, antagonist, and all. 479 more words

Advanced Placement

Poor Jealousy-with-a-capital-J

I can’t remember where I read it, but I recall that a while back I saw something that struck me as very true. To paraphrase the mystery source, when you feel yourself becoming jealous of something that someone else is doing, it’s very likely because you feel like this is something you yourself should be doing. 427 more words

The Canadian Chronicles

Othello

Throughout Time & Something in September: Othello by William Shakespeare
How obtained: free kindle version, also available online

There are many characters in Shakespeare who are not very good, or who cause bad things to happen. 484 more words

What Do We Know?

In Oedipus Rex, the doomed king of Thebes questions the blind prophet, Tiresias, seeking the truth about the death of Laios, the previous king of the city. 833 more words