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Christmas traditions may conjure up film oldies such as It’s a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol, and Miracle on 34th Street or slightly more recent films such as National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Elf or The Nightmare Before Christmas, but I am starting a new Christmas tradition with the Bard. After the presents are unwrapped, I’ll […]
This is part of a weekly series here at TSS: Early Modern and Open Access regularly showcases peer reviewed articles (or other resources) of interest to early modernists that are freely available in open access formats. Citation and Link: Krystyna Kujawinska Courtney, “Callie Kimball’s The Rape of Lucrece (2007): A Woman’s Creative Response to Shakespeare’s Poem,” Borrowers […]
This week on foolery features Lady Gaga, Top Trumps, Sons of Anarchy, Twitter in iambic pentameter, a fresh approach to Macbeth and Shakespeare’s 12 days of Christmas. Sons of Anarchy and Hamlet No doubt the question we’ve all been asking ourselves lately is what was the quote at the end of the season finale […]
This is part of an ongoing series of regional Shakespeare coverage. It’s Lauren here this week with the latest in Shakespeare news from Toronto. I had the opportunity of seeing both productions (Macbeth by A Sterling Theatre Company, and A Christmas Carol from Humber River Shakespeare Company) which I introduced in my last posting – and I’d like […]
Welcome to Will and Testament. This is the first of a new and occasional column about things Shakespeare, theatre in practice, and beyond. I’m throwing a bomb at something. And I’m definitely in the blast zone. My institution, particularly in the area of arts marketing, has a butts-in-seats problem. Everyone looks around at each other […]
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