I found the Puck Building’s entry on Wikipedia this morning in my batch of Shakespeare links. I recognize the place from the opening of tv show Will and Grace (which is noted in the article, gotta love Wikipedia). But I never knew it was supposed to be Puck. Guess I never really pictured him in … Continue reading The Puck Building
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I realize that’s an awkward title, but there’s a lot of relevant information to impart and I wanted to hit the important bits. A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a very long play title. This is the second review of books I received from David Zwirner. For the first, Othello, see here. A Midsummer Night’s Dream … Continue reading Review : David Zwirner’s Dream, with Marcel Dzama
One of the biggest decisions to be made, when we started planning this vacation, was whether to see a show at the RSC or the Globe. I know, I know, people are screaming “Both!” at the screen right now, but let’s just agree that real-world considerations (time, money, not wanting to push my luck dragging … Continue reading Shakespeare Geek in Stratford : What Dreams May Come
We finished up Tuesday night by finding exactly where New Place and Hall’s Croft were, because those would be our next stops. I kept forgetting about the school, because it’s not one of the ticketed “five houses of Shakespeare,” so I have to keep reminding myself not to miss it – usually right as we … Continue reading Shakespeare Geek in Stratford : A Mysterious Stranger