Well, with yesterday’s release of This Week in Shakespeare, we’re back on the news train (#TuesdayIsNEWSday).
And with last week’s release of the Chalsma/Melville interview, we’re back on the podcast train.
Now, I just need to get back to regularly writing about Shakespeare.
That’s going to be a little tougher. In an attempt to expedite my Masters degree, I’m taking two course this term instead of the usual one. Logically, I really should have understood that this would mean double work. Which would mean something would have to give.
But as I’m moving forward with my putting together a production script for a mythical once-and-future production of The Comedy of Errors, I’m going to chronicle that process of editorial preparation.
In the next couple of weeks, you’ll also be seeing (and more importantly, hearing) the results of my “nightmare engine” experiments. This is a weird/disturbing sound-generating machine to use for Halloween–oh, who am I kidding…it’s really something for a mythical once-and-future production of Andronicus… which will probably never see the light of day (or the dark of a theater) but a boy can dream, can’t he?
Or at least have nightmares…