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Review Henry VI Omidaze by Kaitlin Wray

Omidaze… I think their company name pretty much sums up this performance. Yvonne Murphy, director and executive producer took on a challenge with Henry VI, one of Shakespeare’s confusing and pretty long histories and made it thoroughly engaging. 325 more words

Troilus and Cressida at Clarice Smith, Feb 12-20

Troilus and Cressida at Clarice Smith, Feb 12-20

Troilus and Cressida
By William Shakespeare

Director Matthew R. Wilson

Fri, Feb 12, 2016 . 7:30PM
Sat, Feb 13, 2016 . 74 more words


A 19th-century Richard of whom I knew nothing....

Born in New York in 1807, Aldridge emigrated to England at the age of 17. Whilst considered a distinguished Shakespearean actor, Londoners did not take as well to the idea of the world’s first black Othello, with a critic for The Times writing: “Owing to the shape of his lips it is utterly impossible for him to pronounce English.” Regardless, Aldridge found fame and acceptance on tour in the UK and around Europe, heralded for his performances in… 68 more words


Alright! I’m back! And I bring you today a lovely piece of wisdom from the Vikings!

25. A foolish man
thinks all who speak him fair… 383 more words


Sons of Anarchy Season 1 (2008) TV Review

Another Binge Worthy Series

Like “Breaking Bad”, I missed “Sons of Anarchy” during it’s initial run of Television.  The show always intrigued me but I never got around to trying to catch up for the current seasons.  1,008 more words

TV Reviews

Students audition for iconic play

Actors both experienced and inexperienced convened in Burke Theatre for the chance to perform a role in one of William Shakespeare’s most well-known comedies.

Auditions for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” took place on Dec. 701 more words