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Babes With Blades 10h
Congratulations to our own , Brianna Buckley for her Jeff nomination for best supporting actor in "Crumbs from the Table of Joy" at Raven Theatre!…
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Sad_lady Apr 22
I hate life I only live for
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まちかど英文和訳機構 Apr 22
Very atypical settlement of a match. About Othello, there still remains more to know. Yeah, I adopted a bad strategy, but I barely won the match versus Lv. 20.
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Zoë Lambrakis Apr 23
Happy birthday to my favourite playwright & all-round master wordsmith William Shakespeare 🎭📚 Privileged to have spent today rehearsing one of his greatest characters: namely, ultimate bad guy/badass, Iago. Check out for more performance details/dates!
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HB Studio Apr 22
Peter Francis James has taught Shakespeare since 2000 and is a highly respected Shakespearean teacher. He leads a special masterclass for actors that takes a contemporary look at Shakespeare’s . Applications due April 29!
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Henry Pordes Books 5h
A fantastically illustrated edition of ’s , frequently rated as one of the greatest tragedies ever writyen. With drawings by Ludovico Marchetti. Our belated contribution to .
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Write Suff 🖋 Apr 22
Writers! Tweet your unforgettable quote from the movie, Othello, the Act. 4 tonight! Just use the hashtags! & ! We will pick and feature your tweet on tonight show! Keep in tweeting WRITERS!
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Chris Frean Apr 23
In Essaouira - and in Orson Welles Square no less, his from (?) 1952 was made here
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Anthony Montgomery Feb 20
Blessed with the opportunity to read/portray Othello for an upcoming table-read at the Shakespeare Club in Pasadena. This is my first time tackling Shakespeare. Excited to challenge myself.
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Euripides Evriviades 🇨🇾🇪🇺 Apr 23
Happy 455th Birthday to the Bard of Avon! b in 1564; died in 1616. set in : "You are welcome, Sir to Cyprus" (A4, S1) “Come, Desdemona, Once more, well met at Cyprus.” (A2, S1) “Tis within ourselves that we are thus or thus.” (A2,S3)
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SHOUT Marketing & Media Relations 3h
Tonight at 10:30 p.m.! talks with about the latest production ! That's a great ! Stream it here - !
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Digital Theatre+ 16h
In this addition of our new 'Clips on Character' series, explains how he took inspiration from friends, family and external sources to develop his portrayal of - 's
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Patricia Davidson Apr 23
Robert Wilson production of not the stuff of which festival performances are made. All for innovation but this was much too dry for this loving lover at least
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ForeverSalty Apr 7
So I went to see Isaac Julien's "Lessons of the Hour" to clear my head. It's lush, haunting meditation on Frederick Douglass, relationship btw past/present. Also has . Includes a version of this painting.
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Jonathan Lewis Dec 7
I'm writing quotations for , but Shakespeare's language is sometimes too fruity for 's profanity filter. Is it possible to change the settings so that students can see it unfiltered?
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Digital Theatre+ 13h
Use your 7 day to encourage your students to challenge gender stereotypes in Shakespeare's & with this highly engaging Workshop -
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Holly Hughes Mar 19
So tonight is opening night for It’s been an absolute joy working with this wonderful company and popping my Shakespeare cherry!!! Thank you for bringing me onboard as assistant director. Break a leg all!!! Here’s to a successful run xxx
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Jim Cody 17h
My choice would have been . Too much hatred for hatred’s sake in the world. helps us confront that, see how harmful, destructive, and inhuman it is. But ah, yes, , hard not to recognize people all around us who have become numb to feeling.
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Nilambari Gokhale Apr 21
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