Monthly Archives: March 2011

Wordy Wednesday – “Fool’s paradise”

Romeo and JulietComments Off on Wordy Wednesday – “Fool’s paradise”

Our Wordy Wednesday this week is taken from Romeo and Juliet, which is also the next Shakespeare in Action production, running April 6th –...   Read More

Monday Mystery

In keeping with the spirit of April Fools’ Day later this week, our Monday Mystery is all about Shakespeare’s fools! “Better a witty fool...   Read More

Featured Intern: Heather

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I just moved to Toronto from Ireland two months ago, and I love almost everything about this city! (The cold being an exeption, of course!)...   Read More

Photo Friday!

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Photo Friday! Today’s photo comes courtesy of our most recent In-School Residency at Royal St. George.  During the Residency, professionals from Shakespeare In Action...   Read More

Remembering Elizabeth Taylor

At the age of 79, Elizabeth Taylor died today. She is remembered through her unparalleled acting career and her tireless devotion to AIDS advocacy.  She...   Read More

We’re on the Government’s Website!

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Shakespeare in Action is featured on the Government of Canada’s website!  Our Virtual Lab can help develop language skills in kids of all ages. ...   Read More

Monday Mystery

Welcome back from March break everyone!  As you can see we took a bit of an extended break but we’re back and we’re ready...   Read More

Photo Friday! An ode to Starry Night

This May, we’ll be staging Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.  To promote and celebrate the show, Jaclyn Scobie designed and painted a banner, adding some of...   Read More

Wordy Wednesday – “One fell swoop”

Today’s wordy phrase is:  “One fell swoop.”  Shakespeare used this phrase for the first time in Macbeth (1605). When Macduff learns that Macbeth’s murderers have...   Read More

Hana Brady and Her Suitcase

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If you have been inspired by Anne Frank and her diary, here is another child whose story has survived the Holocaust: On May 16, 1931,...   Read More