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Almost A Day Off

Pardon me as I type a few words and then step aside to mix a drink. – OK. I almost took today off. Grand plans. Gods laughing. 1,401 more words

#MANDATORYFUN: the Winter’s Tale at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) ‘16

B and I made it to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) for the second year in a row! We saw a production of Fingersmith last year, which was awesome (can’t wait for the… 605 more words

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As You Like It

As You Like It

July 22, 2016

Windsor Great Park

OK, great segue coming up. The next play, As You Like It, literally was a walk in the park. 1,603 more words

Stratford-upon-Avon

The 2-hour train journey from London to Stratford-upon-Avon is a real-life, time machine that takes you back to the 16th-century. As many of you probably know, it is the birthplace of William Shakespeare, a literary icon. 291 more words

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Day 11 - Nottingham, Stratford apon Avon and Cardiff. 

​It was another big day of driving and sight seeing today. We started proceedings by arriving at the Nottingham castle where the robin hood statue is present out the front. 107 more words

New Archive of Victorian-Era Illustrated Shakespeare

The blog Cardiff Shakespeare has a quick writeup on a Shakespeare archive called the Victorian Illustrated Shakespeare Archive. I think it’s a longstanding project that was finally launched, but mentions of it have been floating around for a couple years. 28 more words

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Ladies of Shakespeare: Adriana

“The time was once when thou unurged wouldst vow
That never words were music to thine ear,
That never object pleasing in thine eye,
That never touch well welcome to thy hand, 106 more words