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Shakespeare: Queen Elizabeth I

Shakespeare: Queen Elizabeth I

Details the role of Queen Elizabeth in Shakespeare’s life. To view the full feature, please visit: Queen Elizabeth patron of the Arts Queen Elizabeth the first the Virgin Queen the daughter of Henry the eighth and Anne Boleyn protector of the realm patron of the Arts and the last reigning monarch of the Tudor dynasty Elizabeth served as Queen of England during the greatest years of the English Renaissance this… Read Article →

Lear - Canterbury Shakespeare Festival

Lear – Canterbury Shakespeare Festival

‘The weight of this sad time we must obey: Speak what we feel not what we aught to say’ – Act V, Scene III Lear, a single mother of three, slips into madness after ill treatment from her daughters. Set over one night, the play explores family, love, mental health, and the experience of the human condition. Location: St Stephen’s Church Hall Tuesday 23rd July 7.30pm Wednesday 24th July 7.30pm… Read Article →

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie with Nicola Sturgeon at the Edinburgh International Book Festival

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie with Nicola Sturgeon at the Edinburgh International Book Festival

Dividing her time between Nigeria and the USA, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has become one of the world’s most internationally-respected authors. After three acclaimed novels including Half of a Yellow Sun and Americanah, her most recent title, Dear Ijeawale takes the form of a series of letters to a friend about feminism and motherhood. In this event, filmed live at the 2017 Edinburgh International Book Festival, Adichie is interviewed by Scotland’s… Read Article →

AgitÁgueda 2019 - Highlights #2

AgitÁgueda 2019 – Highlights #2

A segunda semana do AgitÁgueda, juntou vários momentos culturais, desportivos e lúdicos. Desde logo, o já tradicional Concurso de Chapéus, que elegeu os guarda-chuvas com maior criatividade, expostos na rua da baixa da cidade. Os Jogos do Helder conferiram à Avenida Eugénio Ribeiro momentos de muita animação e alegria em família. As Danças de Portugal, por sua vez, trouxeram 3 grupos de diferentes pontos do país à cidade de Águeda:… Read Article →

Shakespeare Anonymous

Shakespeare Anonymous

If you or a loved one has an addiction to Shakespeare, please seek help immediately. Call our There Is Help Hotline: 507-474-7900 or visit our website: GRSF.ORG. It is never too late. A film by Christopher Gerson, Aaron Johnson, Jamie Dufault and Benjamin Boucvalt it all happened so quick we always tell myself no thought never happened to be and then it does 40 years and I still haven't shaken… Read Article →

Director/Playwright Interview: The Book of Will

Director/Playwright Interview: The Book of Will

Director Christopher Liam Moore and Playwright Lauren Gunderson talk about THE BOOK OF WILL, providing a brief synopsis of the story and what attracted Lauren to write this play and Christopher to direct it. This West Coast Premiere will run in the Allen Elizabethan Theatre from June 6 to October 13, 2018. More information: I'm Lauren Gunderson and I wrote theplay The Book of Will, and I am Christopher Moore…. Read Article →

Playwright Interview: Manahatta

Playwright Interview: Manahatta

Playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle talks about the origins of her new play MANAHATTA, provides a brief synopsis of the play and how her work as a lawyer influenced this play. The play will run in the Thomas Theatre from March 28 to October 27, 2018. More information: My name is Mary Kathryn Nagle. I am theplaywright of Manahatta, and I'm a citizen of Cherokee Nation and also apartner at Pipestem… Read Article →

Playwright and Director Interview: Vietgone

Playwright and Director Interview: Vietgone

Playwright Qui Nguyen and director May Adrales talk about the inspiration for the play and their collaboration as they bring this new work to the stage. The play will run from March 30-Oct. 29, 2016 in the Thomas Theatre. Tickets will go on sale to the public December 1, 2016. For more information, visit: So, the play is called Vietgone. It's being produced here at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival at… Read Article →

KG Quilt: Mae GreyFrost

KG Quilt: Mae GreyFrost

Mae GreyFrost shares a memory from the Kaleidoscope Gathering. To learn more about what takes place at Raven’s Knoll, read “The Rites of Raven’s Knoll”. This book is by 29 Canadian authors, representing many different spiritual traditions. To purchase visit: Mayor Gray Frost Ravens Knoll I don't know which year it was but my favorite memory in the Ravens Knoll is probably missed dancing around the fire with her son… Read Article →

Playwright Interview: Native Artists and Playwrights

Playwright Interview: Native Artists and Playwrights

Mary Kathryn Nagle, Native playwright of MANAHATTA, talks about Native storytelling traditions and the absence of Native playwrights in the American Theatre. The world premiere of MANAHATTA will playing the Thomas Theatre from March 28 to October 27. More information: You know Randy Reinholz is the firstnative playwright to sort of be in the main stage season, but there have beenother Native artists whose work has been featured at OSF… Read Article →

Playwrights Promo

Playwrights Promo

The Student Repertory Theatre Company presents the Ohlone College Playwrights Festival 2019, Premieres of 10-Minute Plays and Musicals. Thursday, Friday, Saturday – May 9, 10, 11, 2019 7:00pm ASL Interpreted: May 10 Smith Center at Ohlone College Tickets: $10 General Admission Buy Tickets Now! Event Parking: $4 Smith Center Box Office / Ticket Information The Ohlone College Playwrights Festival is back for its fifth year, showcasing premieres of thought-provoking, humorous,… Read Article →

Shakespeare Made You Die (Dumb Ways to Die Parody)

Shakespeare Made You Die (Dumb Ways to Die Parody)

grsf.org Lyrics by Silas Sellnow Animation by John Osterhoudt Character Design by John Osterhoudt Performed by Silas Sellnow, Rachel Lann, Katie LeSuer, Duncan McIntyre, Caroline Amos, and John Osterhoudt Audio Engineering/Mixing by John Osterhoudt Voice Over by Stephanie Lambourn Original Video: