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Downton Abbey Parody...everyone loves a spoof!

At the Christmas season, the actors in Downton Abbey and guest actors did their best to entertain us for a charitable cause. It worked! Who does not love a parody or a spoof?   276 more words

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Shakespeare Wrote For Money - February 2015

February 2015

Books Read:

  • Dating Shakespeare’s Plays: A Critical Review of the Evidence edited by Kevin Gilvary

  •  It’s Time to Re-Vere the Works of “Shake-Speare”: A Psychoanalyst Reads the Works of Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford…

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Shakespeare Wrote For Money

World Book Day 2015: Favourite Quotes

To celebrate World Book Day, here are some of my favourite quotes from some of my favourite books and authors. Most have come from books I first read when I was younger because they’ve had a lasting impression on me. 383 more words

Arts & Culture

Novel Update, February 2015 -- Futuristic Stage Plays!

Tinker Bell is coming, it’s just taking longer than I expected to get everything rewatched and sorted out! In the meantime, here’s a super-short novel update. 346 more words


Shakespearean Insults

Well, you can’t have World Book Day without a bit of the Bard, can you? ;)


The Day the System Lost

Have you ever had those moments where you just hate service tax? I know I have.

Here’s my story…..

A few days ago my friends and I met up at Starbucks to discuss a script of a play. 211 more words

Mercutio and Tybalt: The Potential for a Homosexual Subplot in "Romeo and Juliet"

Although William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet has been immortalized in the canon of western thought as an early contemplation of love and youth’s relationship to family dynamics, it also reflects on crowd-generated behavior and the dangers of an armed public. 1,482 more words