Nov 1, 1913
SOMEONE, we believe, has divided the human race into three sexes—men, women, and clergymen. The great ages of the world have been those in which the men and women regarded the clergymen with suspicion. 1,798 more words
I really can’t write plays. Unfortunately for my readers, that doesn’t mean I won’t try. This is the proposed final scene for my forthcoming masterpiece, ‘Benvolio and Mercutio Aren’t Feeling Very Well,’ a comi-tragic piece of theatre that, I reassure you, has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO DO WITH ‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,’ or indeed, ‘Romeo and Juliet.’ Nope. 934 more words
Head Critic Phoebe Graham reflects upon a marathon of shows this summer in London.
Julius Caesar – Shakespeare’s Globe
Using the Globe’s £5 standing scheme I found myself stood amongst a crowd as if in Ancient Rome, witnessing the tale of Brutus and his dilemma between loyalty to a friend or the republic. 564 more words