I am so bummed the camera didn’t have the juice for this. I charged it the entire time I was meeting with the RED design team. Total bummer. What a terrific scene and I know I’ve been saying that each time with this play, but I’d never read it before and it’s chock full of […]
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A rather short scene here – now that we’re on the battlefield this little vignettes, almost french scenes, get their own scene number and location. Much like Caesar or Antony & Cleopatra. So this makes the first play Shakespeare had a hand in that features a big battle in the second half. He tries to […]
More war in the Brandeis woods. This is the second scene in the battle-filled Act IV of Edward III. I’m sightreading, I don’t know what’s going to happen at the end, and it’s still a great play!
Shakespeare is ramping up in the play to deal with the famous incident at Calais withe the six richest merchants who will bow before the besieging King Edward and offer themselves up to whatever cruel torture or death the English have for them. The line which is spoken just before this scene, at the end […]
More of an amazing and action-packed act here. I’m sight reading you may recall – I like to say that a lot with this play A) because it’s true but B) to apologize for sounding incoherent at times. It’s a lot of fun to sight read Shakespeare I find. I’m sure others don’t find the […]
Stealing an empty room here at the St. Botolph club to bang out this play. These war-torn later sections have many more short scenes and are easy to sprinkle about. We just had a lunch here and there are many people leaving, some of whom come to listen to parts of this.
I had some extra time getting here from the Botolph Club – it was a short a pleasant drive on this idyllic fall day. My friend Jeff Adelberg lives right down the corner. Jeff’s a great lighting designer and we’ve collaborated a bunch. We’re supposed to group at his house with David Gammons the director […]
Just a lovely day out here on Evans Way, a small park that was only significant to me because it was a great place to park in order to work in Tower Auditorium here in Mass Art. I’ve gotten to be around another academic atmosphere, which is always noticeable in its ways, mostly by the […]
I’ve had a hard time getting to the root of the issue here. Was this Shakespeare or not Shakespeare? Did he collaborate? And how sure are we that he did? I’ll come back to this question as I march through the play, but I want to hear from the blogosphere about the issue. Who has […]
GREAT way to start a new play – at a party! A Halloween costume party no less. This was also a big family fall birthdays party. Many of us were born in October and November and so we all gathered to celebrate all of that – in costume! Colin, my 10 year old godson insisted […]
Fabulous end to this act. What muscular language. Plowing through this one!
Love the big baby heads!!
This was a fabulous opportunity to talk some Shakespeare with like-minded enthusiasts. Chris Harding, the Instructor at the school, brought me in for the second year in a row to chat with his class about the Bard. We talked about Anonymous the film-that-shall-not-be-named, as well as Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s production of Twelfth Night, the upcoming Merry […]
Well this marks the first time Yorick and I have ever been cut off or kicked out. I had some bills to mail so I thought I’d film right here in the Post Office. Remember I’m sight reading through this play so I’ve really no idea which part comes next. Act III Scene 3 […]