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Book Review: Vinegar Girl

Vinegar Girl is one of a new series of Shakespeare retellings, the Hogarth Shakespeare. I was intrigued as soon as I heard about them, especially since they were using several well-known authors. 441 more words


Book Review: Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler

Let me preface this with saying I knew nothing about The Taming of the Shrew. Except I did but didn’t realize it. See, I thought… 459 more words

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Taming of the Shrew: Induction

The Taming of the Shrew does not begin with the story of Katherine and Petruchio, or even with Katherine and her sister.  Instead, it begins with Christopher Sly, the tinker who passes out drunk and is made to believe he is a lord.   810 more words

Sunblock, towel, umbrella, and The Taming of the Drew: your beach bag is set

The Taming of the Drew, by Stephanie Kate Strohm (Apr. 2016, Sky Pony Press), $17.99, ISBN: 978-1-5107-0215-8

Recommended for ages 13+

Cass is a tough cookie high school grad from New Jersey who’s landed her first paid acting job with a Shakespeare company up in Vermont. 376 more words


Vinegar Girl

Dear Reader,

If you have never met Anne Tyler, you are in for a treat. My first book by  Tyler  was The Accidental Tourist… 385 more words

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My First Experience With Taming of the Shrew

When I was in college, I took two classes on Shakespeare; one devoted to Tragedies and the other devoted to Comedies.  In the Comedies class, we met each Friday in the black box theater to read and act out Taming of the Shrew.   1,045 more words

The Threepenny Opera and Taming of the Shrew

First of all, I am incredibly grateful to have gotten the opportunity to see performances in the Olivier Theatre and Shakespeare’s Globe. When we toured those theatres I was so impressed with the spaces, and they did not disappoint! 348 more words