Homestead High School has staged a delightful, “no-time, no-place” production of Romeo and Juliet, reminding us that though Shakespeare may seem a thing of the past its lessons about loyalty, family, violence, youth, and love still ring true. In Homestead’s production, they are switching things up a bit gender-wise, in keeping with their 2013-2014 Season … More Romeo and Juliet Review
A good read from Bandit Lighting’s “Bandit Dimmer Beach” blog. ————————————————— Be confident in what you have created. & Remember who your audience is. Be confident. You got yourself behind that desk for a reason. Somebody wants you to run their lights for them. That’s a great thing; be proud of that. You will always … More The Two Things Every LD Should Remember
By Mark Twain “For the instruction of the ignorant I will make a list, now, of those details of Shakespeare’s history which are FACTS – verified facts, established facts, undisputed facts …. He was born on the 23d of April, 1564. Of good farmer-class parents who could not read, could not write, could not sign … More Is Shakespeare Dead?
This is how I feel for Romeo and Juliet… or you know anytime I try to buy anything for the theatre department.
William Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday Here are a few tips from the official website to teach you how to get your Bard on: Instead of you, say thou or thee (and instead of y’all, say ye). Rhymed couplets are all the rage. Men are Sirrah, ladies are Mistress, and your friends are all called Cousin. Instead of cursing, try calling your tormentors jackanapes or canker-blossoms or poisonous bunch-back’d toads. Don’t waste time saying “it,” just … More Hear ye, hear ye! ‘Tis Talk Like Shakespeare Day!