This week’s Shakespeare news review includes Simon Russell Beale, David Tennant, the opening of the 2015 season of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare’s grave marker, Ithaca Shakespeare Company’s history project, and Valentine’s Day performances of Bottom’s Dream ad SonnetFest. PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history.
- Shakespeare by the Sea announces its 2015 season
- Bottom’s Dream for Valentine’s Day
- The Mystery of Shakespeare’s Tomb
- Higher Educatioin, Liberal Arts, and Shakespeare
- Shakespeare used to treach students about war
- Ithaca Shakespeare begins history project
- Oregon Shakespeare Festival kicks off
- Actor brings free Shakespeare to schools
- Simon Russell Beale: it’s fine to take liberties with Shakespeare
- David Tennant receives What’s On Stage Best Actor award for Richard II
- Much Ado About Nothing by Synetic Theater
- Short Shakespeare by Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey
- Love’s Labor’s Lost by Royal Shakespeare Company (review)
- Richard III by Omidaze (review)
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