Riding out the storm this weekend? Maybe you’re huddling down with a good book or a movie? We’ve chosen some fun diversions that will also help prepare you to see our upcoming production of Medea.
Is it all Greek to you? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Here’s a little bit of Medea’s history and backstory to help you navigate through this ancient, but fascinating story.
Husbands against wives. Children lost and found. Living statues and random bear attacks. The Winter’s Tale can be a confounding fairytale, but don’t worry, we’ve got your back with our handy guide. Unreal In Jacobean slang, to call something a “winter’s tale” meant that it was something fanciful and or out of this world. […]
Do you know when Juliet’s birthday is? How about the name of Mercutio’s brother? Oh, and shhh, but we’ve got a secret about that famous balcony. Nerd out with our handy guide to Romeo and Juliet.
A Freshman Effort? George Bernard Shaw had been writing criticism for years, but had only started trying his hand at playwriting a year before he wrote Mrs. Warren’s Profession. It was his third play. He wrote to actress Ellen Terry, “It’s my best play; but it makes my blood run cold: I can hardly bear […]