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Bootleg Puppets

By Daisy Edwards, Bootleg Puppets When I became a University student I slowly forgot how desperately young people, families, and children needed art and theatre. Theatre was so accessible as a student, our University had five different drama societies each focussed on a different aspect of the craft there were opportunities for open mic nights, auditions, […]

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What did King Lear have for breakfast?

What did King Lear have for breakfast? What does Cordelia like to do on her holidays? And who would win at a game of chess – Gonerill or Regan? Answers on a postcard. Some actors find it really useful to create imaginary lives for Shakespeare’s characters beyond the words on the page. Shakespeare often throws […]

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“Play On”

While I was working in Boston last month I had an interesting chat with a group of actors about the importance of communicating an atmosphere to an audience at the start of any Shakespearian production.  How should spectators be made to feel as they leave their everyday realities and step into a world of fiction […]

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