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This week, Krystal celebrates college graduations and the Shakespeare heros that can help them journey forward.Continue Reading →
In this week’s post we look at different approaches to what brings Shakespeare to life for young people and what — conversely — can keep him dead as a doornail….Continue Reading →
My most recent travels have taken me to New Jersey where I’m designing and engineering sound for a production of S’wonderful, a Gershwin review, with the Ocean Professional Theatre Co. On a theme thats been kicking around some discussion groups I’m on, I’m wondering if Shakespeare has a chance competing with Gershwin. S’wonderful has just enough [...]Continue Reading →
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This week I bring you a number of intriguing resources for enlightenment in the Shakesphere. We are taking a look at PBS’ sites dedicated to the bard, a study of Amazon.com’s contribution, and YouTube pitches in some of their bard videos. Let us dig in!
PBS: In Search of Shakespeare-
The Public [...]Continue Reading →
Greetings and a warm welcome to the Scrivener, where we bring you the latest (and greatest) in the world of Shakespearean scholarship! This week we have a great line up of interdisciplinary Call for Papers waiting for you – so let’s get to it!
Patronage as Evidence for Early Modern Catholic Reform
Renaissance Society of [...]
On Sunday, May 5, I had the opportunity to see the Royal Shakespeare Company’s (RSC) production of Julius Caesar in Columbus, Ohio at the Southern Theatre. This production (May 1-5) was the culmination of a short U.S. visit, starting with a run in New York City at Brooklyn Academy of Music (April 15-28). Ohio State University [...]Continue Reading →