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The Black Wizard

If you haven’t yet, read this first. It might make the stuff below more sensible. No promises.

Martin watched Flinch as he arranged Sil’s various armaments. 1,567 more words

The Black Wizard

World Theatre Day

by Chara Kitsaki

“The stage is a magic circle where only the most real things happen, a neutral territory outside the jurisdiction of Fate where stars may be crossed with impunity.

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Mostly Women in Verona

In the second or third show I was in the cast had a shortage of boys. While this a common issues in youth theater, the director wanted to beef up the scene. 399 more words


Penny Stinkards

I had always heard of them as groundlings. Those people who in Shakespeare‘s times, stood in the open center of his theater. On our tour of the above pictured reproduction of the Globe, I learned that their real name was penny stinkards. 464 more words


Romeo and Juliet: Past Paper Questions

Here are a range of past papers you could attempt for Romeo and Juliet.  Remember, these questions will be on the same paper as your… 110 more words

Past Papers

A Lady's Unladylike Words

Every Monday here at The Bard and the Bible, we feature one of Shakespeare’s many richly-worded insults.

This week we turn again to Lady Anne’s exchange with Richard of Gloucester in Shakespeare’s great history play, … 26 more words