Tag Archives: Shakespeare

Catching up- Fall Theatre

Long lost blog! How good to see you! You were sacrificed on the alter of schoolwork, but now I have a nice break to engage in general life maintenance (the dentist! hair cuts!), and catch up on some of what … Continue reading

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Improvised Shakespeare

Over the past two days FST has been hosting a national improv festival. It’s a pretty impressive operation—they’ve invited teams from all over the country and the audience turned out in droves. Because of our schedule and the popularity of … Continue reading

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Dryden on Shakespeare

A bit zonked from a two show Saturday, but wanted to share this little nugget: To begin, then, with Shakespeare. He was the man who of all modern and perhaps ancient poets had the largest and most comprehensive soul. All … Continue reading

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