All the blog posts in this series are based on Czeslaw Milosz’s book Milosz’s ABC’s. There, in the form of a brief and alphabetically-ordered personal encyclopedia, was the story of the life of a Nobel Prize winning poet, of the people, places, and things that meant the most to him. 659 more words
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In the name of culture, in the name of the arts, in the name of all that is good in the world,
The Washington Post says poetry is going extinct. 406 more words
Taken from the Complete Works of William Shakespeare
ACT IV, SCENE I. A house in Rome.
ANTONY, OCTAVIUS, and LEPIDUS, … 435 more words
Galloglass, Gallowglass (n.)
Galloglass, Gallowglass means axe wielding Irish Soldier. Galloglass, gallowglass is cited in two of Williams Shakespeare’s plays Henry II, Part 6 & MacBeth. 35 more words
A Bard on the Beach primer: Comedy of Errors steampunk style, classic King Lear and a play NOT by Shakespeare
Twenty-six seasons and Bard on the Beach remains a finite balancing act, says festival artistic director Christopher Gaze.
“As much as someone on the outside might think ‘Why don’t you go and take a longish walk around the park and come up with the programming,’ it’s a delicate business,” says Gaze. 1,875 more words
MARIN COUNTY (KCBS)— One of the toughest prisons in the United States is showcasing talent that shines new light on the plays of Shakespeare. Behind the walls of Marin County’s San Quentin Prison, inmate actors perform ‘Macbeth’ under the direction of the… 286 more words