We’ll be on hiatus until January 11, 2017. Check back then for a new post—and have a very merry winter break. Before we go, though, here’s a little gift for you, a favorite episode from Folger Library’s Shakespeare Unlimited podcast: “Why Shakespeare’s Stories Still Resonate” Enjoy!
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By Corinne Viglietta It’s Tech Tuesday, everyone! Looking for a digital image of Paul Robeson’s promptbook for Othello? Ever wonder what a Pinterest board for The Tempest would look like? Do you want to trace the uses of the word “fair” across all of Shakespeare’s works? Would you like to see a picture of Titus… Continue Reading »
[getty src=”102754951?et=vk6vTSb6Q4N5_oBP76Uhkw&similar=off&sig=pGWSDl6IMD8DCdtz7Pqq67-ZR9upqOfK7wQVfj2Vj1g=” width=”507″ height=”338″] By Dana Huff Act IV, Scene 1 of Macbeth is great fun: the three witches are brewing a “hell-broth” which they will use to conjure the apparitions that talk to Macbeth. The scene contains some of the most memorable lines of the play and lends itself well to choral reading activities…. Continue Reading »