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can someone figure out this answer for me please im begging i do not understand the question "the long. of it?"

Shakespear's sonnet is very intresting sonnet.

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Hey.. I'm currently reading Shakespeare's "Hamlet" and I wanna know is there any purpose for the space left??

#Ibooks #Shakespeare #Hamlet

I have not had any emails for ages. Is the site dead or is there a probglem with google?

What was Julius Caesar's opinion about Metellus Cimber?

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¿Por que dejarnos inspirar por Shakespeare? tributo a los 400 años de aniversario
Why should we be inspired by Shakespeare? Tribute to 400 years of anniversary

Doing an assessment for A Midsummer Night's Dream tomorrow. Wish me luck! Also watched the play in the Opera House. It was a very well performed piece...

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CAMBRIDGE, MA - Actors’ Shakespeare Project continues its 12th season in the new year with Richard II, one of Shakespeare’s most lyrical and epic plays, February 17-March 13, 2016, at YMCA Central Square, Cambridge.

Written entirely in verse, Richard II is a compelling and provocative study of a king and his nation, caught in the upheaval of social change and political turmoil. Directed by ASP Artistic Director Allyn Burrows, the beautiful poetry of Richard II tugs at the heart, unflinchingly charting the descent of one leader and the meteoric rise of another. The prize in this battle of personalities is the crown of England, and the future of the nation hangs perilously in the balance.

“Shakespeare’s history plays are a blast to do under any circumstances because, contrary to what many people may think, they're immensely personal," says Burrows. “Richard II is a thoroughbred: beautiful language, searing political acrimony, raging familial antipathy and some irony thrown in for good measure.” He adds, “We’re thrilled to be back in Central Square for this run, in the intimate setting of the YMCA theatre, and we believe audiences unfamiliar with the play will be surprised at what a rich and immediate story Shakespeare has crafted.”

The seven-member cast features members of the Resident Acting Company as well as guest artists. Doug Lockwood* (King Richard II), Marya Lowry* (Duchess of York), Paula Plum* (Queen), Michael Forden Walker* (Henry Bolingbroke, Duke of Hereford, son to John of Gaunt; afterwards King Henry IV), and Robert Walsh* (Duke of York, uncle to the King). The additional cast features Lewis D. Wheeler* (Mowbray/Henry Percy) and Malcolm Ingram* (John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, uncle to the King).

The designers include Janie E. Howland** (Scenic Designer), Daniel H. Jentzen (Lighting Designer), Tyler Kinney** (Costume Designer), and Arshan Gailus (Sound Designer).

Tickets and restaurant deals available at

Ladies doing Hamlet!

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Watch a Globe Shakespeare production at home:
Check our our review of Globe's Much Ado About Nothing (**)
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