Monday Mystery

It’s the start of yet another week here at Shakespeare in Action and we’ve got another edition of Monday Mystery for you!  As much as I’d love to take inspiration from Romeo and Juliet (which is on our mainstage now, come check it out!  Romeo’s really outdone himself for this run, his asides in the balcony scene get me laughing every time!), I’ve gone in a bit of a different direction today!

Reputation is an idle and most false imposition; oft got without merit and lost without deserving.

If you can tell me from which of Shakespeare’s masterpieces this quote hails, you WIN!  And doesn’t everyone want to be winning?  Post your guesses in the comments and we’ll see who gets to be this week’s Monday Mystery champ!

Comments ( 1 )
  1. Jane

    King Lear is a play that has a lot to do with with keeping up reputations…maybe it’s that one?

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