OK, this is a distillation of the presentation I gave to Kyle’s seventh grade English class a couple of years back, entitled “Shakespearean Verse…Scansion: The Audience’s Meaning and the Actor’s Guide”
For Shakespearean study, language is the key. WHY?
It cracks me up, this concept of Shakespeare and time. It just doesn’t add up in some plays. We’ll get to Romeo and Juliet in May of next year, but the same kind of time mix-up applies to The Comedy of Errors. Continue reading “What Time is It?”
This week’s podcast includes a plot synopsis of The Comedy of Errors, an announcement concerning the opening of a Bill / Shakespeare Project store, a request for upcoming blog and podcast topics, and a review of the Shakespeare Behind Bars DVD. Continue reading “Podcast 03: The Comedy of Errors Overview”