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A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Peek into Elizabethan Theatre

Occasionally, Shakespeare gives us a glimpse into what life was like in Elizabethan England. A Midsummer Night’s Dream may offer a look into what the theatre was like during Shakespeare’s time through the dysfunctional group of actors. 864 more words


My Wilderness

“People are hard to hate close up. Move in. Speak truth to bullshit. Be civil. Hold hands. With strangers. Strong back. Soft front. Wild heart.” ~ Brené Brown, … 884 more words

Something Wonderful

In honor of The Bard’s birthday, which is coming up (approximately) next week, I thought we’d all enjoy one of his lovely songs:

It was a lover and his lass, 115 more words

Shit-faced Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice

After eight years, you might think that a concept was on the verge of running out of steam – not Shit-faced Shakespeare! Since they began in 2010, they’ve enjoyed many sell-out runs at both Edinburgh and Brighton fringe festivals, also playing in Australia and, since 2015, performing in Boston, USA. 627 more words

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‘Crimson Rose’ by MJ Trow

Crimson Rose

London, 1587. A new play entitled Tamburlaine opens at the Rose Theatre, but when a member of the audience is murdered, young actor Will Shakespeare is the prime suspect and is thrown into jail. 129 more words