Shakespeare on the Page and on the Stage – Series

Shakespeare, Romance & Laughter Lecture on Zoom Sunday, February 14, 2021 – 400pm-5:15pm Does love make fools of us all? For Valentine’s Day, let’s explore two of Shakespeare’s greatest love stories, Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Written near the same time, these plays contain the potential both for supreme comedy and sublime […]

$30

Shakespeare on the Page and on the Stage – “Romance and Laughter”

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Shakespeare, Romance & Laughter Does  love make fools of us all? For Valentine’s Day, let’s explore two of Shakespeare’s greatest love stories, Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Written near the same time, these plays  contain the potential both for supreme comedy and sublime tragedy. Lecture is on Zoom Sunday, February 14, 2021 […]

$12 – $30

Shakespeare on the Page and on the Stage – “Revenge Should Have No Bounds”

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Shakespeare and Revenge Tragedies From Greek legends to Renaissance plays to modern action movies, revenge tragedy is an enduringly popular genre, which Shakespeare put a unique spin on. Shakespeare’s Hamlet started out as an attempt to cash in on the success of Kyd’s Spanish Tragedy, but became one of the most renowned plays of all […]

$12 – $20

Shakespeare on the Page and on the Stage – Father and Daughters- Dangerous Complex Relationships

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Fathers and Daughters - Dangerous Complex Relationships – Shakespeare’s Late Plays The Tempest is part of a group of plays, with Cymbeline, Pericles, and The Winter’s Tale, that we refer to as the Late Romances. The Tempest isn’t Shakespeare’s last play, but it *feels* like it should be, so we often discuss it that way. […]

$12 – $20