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Dear Emma...

As your first summer season at the Globe has come to an end, I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincerest thanks for what has been a perfect introduction to one of London’s most wonderful performance spaces. 614 more words

Act 2, Scene 40 - "Positively stone age."

Notes on Kiss Me Kate

Shakespeare and Co wrestle with the sexual politics of The Taming of the Shrew in this week’s cartoon.

Raleigh is conforming much more to his big lunk sitcom archetype this time round. 38 more words

The Taming of a Schlemozzle: As You Like It as you like it.

The Taming of a Schlemozzle:  As You Like It as you like it. Burton Weltman

 “I see a woman may be made a fool

If she had not a spirit to resist.” 4,392 more words


Vinegar Girl and Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant by Anne Tyler

‘Vinegar Girl’ by Anne Tyler is part of the Hogarth Shakespeare series – a project which involves today’s bestselling novelists retelling William Shakespeare’s best known plays. 586 more words


Blog Prompt #4

Please respond to the following blog prompt:

How should we interpret the tone of Kate’s final speech in the play? Is she sincere? Sarcastic? Beaten down?

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My Enemy; My Love

Help! My protagonist has fallen in love with my antagonist!

Calm down, it happens.

Even in the classics, sometimes the main character falls for the… 420 more words

Betty Thomason Owens