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Up this week: ASC does a character battle bracket, Shakespeare in politics, a bad review of Hamlet, the death of a Folio smuggler, and some folly over the Ides of March, of course.Continue Reading →
Welsh actor, Philip Madoc, who formerly tread the boards for the RSC, and worked on several British TV series died Monday at the age of 77. For the full obituary, please click here.
Caroline Gaddy is an Editor and Director of Outreach of The Shakespeare Standard. She heartily enjoys the [...]Continue Reading →
Greetings! This is Emily with the Scrivener, your weekly dose of Shakespeare scholarship news with a bit of miscellaneous silliness to boot. I hope you all enjoy the holiday season and have a happy (and huzzah-filled) new year!
Much Ado meets Doctor Who
One of this year’s hottest London theater productions was the Catherine Tate [...]Continue Reading →
Hello all and welcome to another weekly edition of The Scrivener, your place for all things Shakespeare and all things Scholarship. This week we have a little bit of everything: publications, conferences, Calls For Papers and more. So without further ado let’s get to it.
Shakespeare, the Renaissance and its beginnings: We all know [...]Continue Reading →
The stories this week seemed so scattered and disconnected. But then as I was staring at the title of our weekly Foolery news, grumbling over something I had come across in my story gathering, and hoping (okay, maybe praying) for inspiration to strike…it did. I love this column and I have from the day it [...]Continue Reading →