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Lovers Spat up next at Shakespeare & Company

Shakespeare & Company Presents Lovers’ Spat — Shakespeare’s Famous Couple’s Encounters

(Lenox, MA) – Shakespeare & Company is pleased to announce Lovers’ Spat — Shakespeare’s Famous Couple’s Encounters on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 7:00 pm and Sunday, February 19, 2017 at 2:00 pm. 301 more words

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Winter Studio Festival of Plays at Shakespeare & Company

Shakespeare & Company is pleased to announce its Winter Studio Festival of Plays on January 14 and 15, 2017. This weekend of staged readings will showcase a diverse array of playwrights and feature both emerging and established Company artists. 315 more words

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Why now; why again

Six years ago, I walked into a ramshackle bookstore in the left bank of Paris & something in my soul shifted. I have always loved books & the worlds of words contained in them but until then I never thought that it could be this: a sinuous stream of kaleidoscopic thought, an abode for the poor dreamer. 331 more words

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Shakespeare and Company

It’s impossible to write about places to visit in Paris without talking about Shakespeare and Company. It’s a landmark, a piece of literary and Parisian history, an institution, a place of pilgrimage for young writers and literature lovers from all over the world, and now with the recent opening of their new café, a wonderful place to hang out and enjoy good food and great books. 388 more words

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'It's a Wonderful Night' Event to Benefit Shakespeare & Company, December 10

It’s a Wonderful Night!‘ is a special event and performance to Benefit Shakespeare & Company’s 40th Season.

The festivities include an Exclusive Preview Performance of… 187 more words

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At Shakespeare & Co, "It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play" reminds us of what really matters

Jonathan Croy, Photo by Enrico Spada.

Jennie M. Jadow, Ryan Winkles and Sarah Taylor in It’s A Wonderful Life. Photo by Enrico Spada.

Jennie M. Jadow, Jonathan Croy and Ryan Winkles. 342 more words

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Translating Emily Dickinson to French : A Precious, Mouldering Pleasure ‘t is

My Poetry Review of Emily Dickinson’s A Precious, Mouldering Pleasure ‘t is receives more hits daily on my blog than any post and is the second result on Google for this search of over 9,000 results. 670 more words

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