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The days of pupils sitting in rows reciting Shakespeare plays in the classroom may be numbered. Instead, teachers are being encouraged to use interpretive dance and drama to bring the Bard's words to life. These include using the beat of the Haka war
Who is This Biker-Filled Shakespeare Adaptation For? Michael Almereyda s ( Hamlet ) latest film adaptation of a work of William Shakespeare , Cymbeline , has a lot going for it on the surface. Not only does it feature all of the flowery language and
With their colour, gaiety and Bollywood touches, the three plays presented by Prakriti Foundation as part of its Hamara Shakespeare festival had a distinctly Indian connect From the time Prakriti Foundation presented its first Hamara Shakespeare
10/07/2013 07:32:34 PM PDT For Saratoga High School's fall play, student actors will be channeling the likes of Benedick, Don Pedro, Beatrice and Hero, the main characters in William Shakespeare's comedy Much Ado About Nothing.
n StageQ\'s Much Ado About Nothing is a gender-bending take on the Bard\'s comedy \n \n by Laura Jones \n on Tuesday 10/01/2013 3:11 pm \n When a man dressed only in tight green briefs greets you at the door, you know you\'re in for an interesting
Patricia McGregor's playful but uneven take on the late Shakespeare work conjures up a disco era 1970s vibe that's part carnival, part lounge act and all groovy. The frisky attitude extends from the props, which include smart phones, to the framing
Erik Hurt (left, portraying Feste, The Fool) and Gretchen Ross (portraying Olivia) rehearse for Shakespeare's Twelfth Night with the Evansville Civic Theatre outside the Evansville Visitors Center Pagoda on the Riverfront Tuesday. When Toni
08/02/2013 5:18 pm Read more Get Entertainment Newsletters: I'm not going to start this off by telling you how amazing William Shakespeare is. If you need any convincing of that, then I'm surprised you can read in the first place.
Shakespeare on Clark presents The Comedy of Errors' July 26 Submitted by Shakespeare on Clark The circus is coming to town this summer, Shakespearean style. Shakespeare on Clark presents William Shakespeare's farce, "The Comedy of Errors."
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Ore., has opened its outdoor Elizabethan Stage with three new productions running through mid- October. "Cymbeline," directed by Bill Rauch, OSF's artistic director, creates a punch-card opportunity for