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From Beauty To Death - A Selection Of Channelled Works

From Beauty to Death. A few pieces of work that were channelled through me. Originally they were written at speed, no more than a couple of minutes for many of them, with no pause, punctuation or grammar. 3,199 more words

Shakespeare Piece of the Day: Troilus and Cressida (07/05/15)

Taken from the Complete Works of William Shakespeare

Troilus and Cressida

ACT III, SCENE II. The same. Pandarus’ orchard.


What, blushing still? 925 more words


“Expectation is the root of all heartache.”

– William Shakespeare


Happy Fourth of July!

Happy Fourth of July to you and your loved ones from all of us at

On the Edge Theatre Productions! Thank you for your patronage and support!

God bless America!

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Henry V

Henry V is probably one of Shakespeare’s most popular of the history plays. Different film versions emphasize different aspects of the play as do different productions. 258 more words

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Long have I loved what I behold
The night that calms
The day that cheers
The common growth of Mother Earth
Suffices Me


Magickal Arts

Macbeth- A Shakespeare Story- Book Review by Aanya Lal, age 7 1/2

(The book review’s are done by children and they choose books that they want to review)

Retold by Andrew Matthews , Illustrations by Tony Ross… 262 more words

Age Group 7 To 10+