Year: 2012

Volunteers!!

We’re currently looking for volunteer ushers for our upcoming Double Tragedy.  Performances of Romeo & Juliet and Macbeth run from April 16th-28th at Central Commerce Collegiate. The shows run in the mornings and afternoons.  Want more info? Email bonnie@shakespeareinaction.org, or give us a call at (416)703-4881. We’d love to hear from  you!

Monday Mystery

Hi Everyone! Here is Monday’s Mystery – where does this quotation come from? Who is giving this advice? Take heed o’ the foul fiend: obey thy parents; keep thy word justly; swear not; commit not with man’s sworn spouse; set not thy sweet heart on proud array.

Wordy Wednesday – “O Wednesday, Wednesday, wherefore art thou Wednesday?”

Welcome wise web-user, welcome to Wordy Wednesday, which will whet your wits with wistful wordplay! So, as March draws to a close and we prepare to welcome that “cruelest month” with open arms – we here at Shakespeare In Action bid a fond farewell to our memorable production of “The Diary Of Anne Frank” and …

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Mystery Monday!

Welcome all to another week, another Monday, and another Mystery Monday! Here’s a wonderful speech, so often overlooked in a sea of excellent monologue. In fact this particular play is too often overlooked, despite its excellence. Alas, how can it compete with Romeo and Juliet or A Midsummer Night’s Dream, written around the same time as this …

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Monday Mystery

Happy monday to all! For many, today marks the end of March Break… but there’s no need to feel at all sad this week! The fabulous remount of The Diary of Anne Frank is in its second and final week at the Al Green Theatre. Personally, I find theatre is the perfect way to distract …

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