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Bard day’s work: what I learned from eavesdropping on RSC rehearsals

The Royal Shakespeare Company is letting the public watch the usually secret processes towards performance – from clapping games to verse sessionsThe creative process normally takes place behind closed doors. But the RSC has boldly upended that idea by streaming its Open Rehearsal Project for Henry VI Part One. What this means, in practice, is that cameras are admitted for three sessions each day. At 10am we watch a half-hour company warm-up. From noon, for 90 minutes, we get to see either a cla...
Tags: Theatre, Culture, Stage, William Shakespeare, Royal Shakespeare Company, Bard, RSC, Gregory Doran, Owen Horsley


Britain Now Has Its First All-Black-Female Shakespeare Troupe

Says actor Gabrielle Brooks, one of four co-founders of the Mawa Theatre Company, “Shakespeare remains a staple of British theatre. He’s still the most produced playwright in the world and I think if we want to tackle diversity, representation and inclusion, then why not start with the Bard himself? … If we can, as black British women, embed ourselves into the history of classical texts, then I think we can bring about real change.” – The Guardian
Tags: Art, Theatre, Britain, Bard, 06.10.21, Gabrielle Brooks, Mawa Theatre Company Shakespeare


Bard timing: Argentinian TV reports death of Shakespeare after Covid jab

Newsreader confuses Bill Shakespeare, 81, ‘the first man to get the coronavirus vaccine’ with ‘one of the most important writers in the English language’In what can only be described as a comedy of errors, an Argentinian TV news channel delivered a stunning, if slightly flawed, scoop on Thursday night when it reported that William Shakespeare, “one of the most important writers in the English language” had died five months after receiving the Covid vaccine.The gaffe of, well, Shakespearean propo...
Tags: Americas, UK News, World news, Argentina, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare, Warwickshire, Bard, Bill Shakespeare, Coronavirus, Argentinian TV, Noelia Novillo, William `` Bill '' Shakespeare


The Chris Voss Show Podcast – North by Shakespeare: A Rogue Scholar’s Quest for the Truth Behind the Bard’s Work by Michael Blanding

North by Shakespeare: A Rogue Scholar’s Quest for the Truth Behind the Bard’s Work by Michael Blanding The true story of a self-taught Shakespeare sleuth’s quest to prove his eye-opening theory about the source of the world’s most famous plays, taking readers inside the vibrant era of Elizabethan England as well as the contemporary scene of Shakespeare scholars and obsessives. Acclaimed author of The Map Thief, Michael Blanding presents the twinning narratives of renegade scholar Denni...
Tags: Podcast, France, Boston, Seo, Harvard University, New York Times, Italy, North, Shakespeare, Mccarthy, Bard, Elizabeth, Michael Blanding, Brandeis University, Elizabethan England, Dennis McCarthy


PortalOne raises $15M from Atari and more for a new hybrid gaming/TV show app

Gaming and streamed video have been two of the biggest pastime winners during the last year+ of pandemic living. Today a startup that has created an app that brings those two entertainment formats together is announcing a notable seed round of funding as it prepares to come out of closed beta. PortalOne, a hybrid gaming startup, is announcing a $15 million seed round of funding as it prepares to come out of closed beta with an app that lets people play on-demand games and also watch live shows i...
Tags: Gaming, Europe, Hollywood, Taylor Swift, Funding, US, Tech, Justin Bieber, Miami, Norway, Atari, Hulu, Voice, Warner Brothers, Cto, Oslo


Vancouver Maritime Museum – Executive Director

For more than 60 years Vancouver Maritime Museum (VMM) has been sharing stories about maritime heritage in British Columbia and the Canadian Arctic that reflect a diverse range of voices. OrganizationFor more than 60 years Vancouver Maritime Museum (VMM) has been sharing stories about maritime heritage in British Columbia and the Canadian Arctic that reflect a diverse range of voices. Its mission is to be a centre for dialogue, research, expression, and experience regarding the maritime herit...
Tags: Art, Asia, Japan, Cook, Jobs, Toronto, Nasa, First Nations, Canada, Ben Franklin, Broadway, Finland, Football League, Vancouver, North America, Archives


Shakespeare’s Birthday Just Went By, And He Barely Seems Older At All

Charles McNulty on the Bard in 2021: “Shakespeare’s characters keep drawing us back because we want to understand them more fully. They leave us with an impression of unfinished business. Just as no one in our lives can be fully known, so the figures in his plays reveal only so much about what they think, feel and believe.” – Los Angeles Times
Tags: Art, Theatre, Shakespeare, Bard, Charles McNulty, 04.22.21


Angels catcher Max Stassi off to encouraging start at the plate

So far, so good for Max Stassi. While it’s certainly too early to say if the offensive adjustments that led to Stassi’s breakout last season will translate into a similar performance over a full season this year, the first week was encouraging. Stassi was 4 for 11 with a home run and two walks, starting four of the Angels’ first six games. “I feel great,” Stassi said Thursday from Dunedin, Fla., where the Angels are playing the Toronto Blue Jays this weekend. “I’m just trying to continue where I...
Tags: Usa, Angels, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, Mlb, Tokyo, Stassi, Los Angeles Angels, Houston Astros, Toronto Blue Jays, Bard, Astros, Whicker, Joe Maddon


John Gallagher's Max Meow books signed from Bard's Alley

While you're at it, grab a copy of Max Meow: Cat Crusader and preorder book two, Max Meow: Donuts and Danger. This graphic novel series is sure to be your Dog Man-fan's next favorite series. Plus, author John Gallagher is local, so preorders through our physical location will be signed and doodled! (Keep your eyes peeled for some very exciting Independent Bookstore Day news, too!) Out April 6th. [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Bard, John Gallagher, Mike Rhode, Max Meow


No, Shakespeare isn't getting 'cancelled.' There's plenty of room for disruptive texts.

My love of the Bard doesn't diminish the importance of repairing historic inequities and traumas among my students of color.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today, Shakespeare, Bard


Limerick-Off Monday – Rhyme Word: BARD, BARRED, DISBARRED, or BOMBARD at the end of any one line (Submission Deadline: December 5, 2020)

It’s Limerick-Off time, once again. And that means I write a limerick, and you write your own, using the same rhyme word. Then you post your limerick(s) as a comment to this post and, if you’re a Facebook user, on Facebook too. I hope you’ll join me in writing limericks using BARD, BARRED, DISBARRED, or BOMBARD at the end of any one line. (Homonyms or homophones are fine.) The best submission will be crowned Limerick-Off Award Winner. (Here’s last week’s Limerick-Off Award Winner.) Additionally,...
Tags: Facebook, Humor, Contests, Limerick, Bard, Don, Said, Writing Prompts, Limericks, Facebook Limerick, Behavior & Personality, Food & Drink Humor, Food Humor, Food Limerick, Limerick Competition, Limerick Contest


Patent Eligibility of Claims Directed to Printed Matter

by Dennis Crouch C R Bard Inc. v. AngioDynamics, Inc., No. 19-1756 (Fed. Cir. 2020) (Opinion by Judge Reyna, joined by Judges Schall and Stoll). = = = = Important: The court in this case particularly holds that “a claim may be found patent ineligible under § 101 on the grounds that it is directed solely to non-functional printed matter and the claim contains no additional inventive concept.” = = = = Question: How does the printed-matter-doctrine apply to letters that can only be read using an X-...
Tags: Law, Court, Fda, Patent, Alice, Fed, Bard, Bruce, Praxair, Reyna, Johns, Federal Circuit, C R Bard Inc, Stoll, AngioDynamics Inc, AngioDynamics


Red Hook District 5 voters can visit either church or Bard campus Tuesday - Poughkeepsie Journal

Red Hook District 5 voters can visit either church or Bard campus Tuesday   Poughkeepsie Journal
Tags: Seo, Bard, Poughkeepsie Journal


How a 21-year-old CEO landed $3.5 million for software that he originally built to help his mom's struggling dog grooming business keep repeat customers

Profitboss CEO Adam, left, with restaurant partner Jordan Klempner , right, at The Original Pizza Cookery. Profitboss Profitboss is a startup that offers a free online ordering system and customized advertisements to restaurants. The company recently wrapped up a $3.5 million seed round led by Redpoint Ventures and joined by Kimbal Musk, Figma CEO Dylan Field, AngelList cofounder Naval Ravikant, The Chainsmokers, Tinder cofounder Sean Rad, and others. CEO Adam Guild, 21, first built the co...
Tags: Florida, Sean Rad, Trends, Redpoint Ventures, Business Insider, Southern California, Bard, Facebook Instagram, Guild, Adam, Alex Bard, Jordan Klempner, COVID, Adam Guild, Max Jungreis, Kimbal Musk Figma CEO Dylan Field AngelList


Court orders Red Hook polling site moved to Bard campus - Poughkeepsie Journal

Court orders Red Hook polling site moved to Bard campus   Poughkeepsie Journal
Tags: Seo, Bard, Poughkeepsie Journal, Red Hook


Dodgers’ road trip ends with loss in Colorado

The Dodgers were shut out into the seventh inning Sunday afternoon at Coors Field but had the tying run at the plate before losing 6-3 to the Colorado Rockies. The loss snapped a five-game winning streak for the Dodgers and kept them from sweeping a four-game series in Colorado. During the first three games at Coors Field, the Dodgers scored 30 runs. There was none of that offensive production Sunday with Mookie Betts getting the day off. The Dodgers are only 9-8 this year when Betts isn’t in th...
Tags: Colorado, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Oakland, Los Angeles Dodgers, Colorado Rockies, Rockies, Bard, Dodgers, Coors Field, Betts, Chris Taylor, Clayton Kershaw, Kevin Pillar


Hugo Weaving Explains Why He Won’t Appear in ‘The Matrix 4’, Talks About His New Take on Shakespeare With ‘Measure for Measure’ [Interview]

Modern updates of Shakespeare are always a mixed bag. But for the most part, they have a tendency to open up the Bard’s work to a new generation of viewers, especially if the story being adapted keeps the basic plot but swaps out Shakespeare’s dense language for something more contemporary. It was always his intention to make his works accessible to the masses of his time, so it makes sense that having them be understandable to audiences today might be the way to go. This is the approach with ...
Tags: England, Movies, Interviews, Australia, Berlin, Features, Rome, Chicago, Sydney, New Zealand, Alps, Melbourne, Parliament, Warner Bros, Mel Gibson, Shakespeare


Angels manager Joe Maddon wants impending free agent Andrelton Simmons to stay

ANAHEIM — If it were up to Joe Maddon, Andrelton Simmons would be back with the Angels next year. “How could you not love Andrelton Simmons playing shortstop for you?” Maddon said before Saturday’s doubleheader. “I always want to wish whomever the best for them and their family. I’m not here to negotiate for Andrelton or against the Angels. He’s just a really good baseball player that I think any team would love to have.” Simmons, who turned 31 on Friday, will be a free agent at the end of the s...
Tags: Angels, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Los-angeles-angels, Bard, Walsh, Anaheim, Simmons, Padres, Fletcher, Mike Trout, Joe Maddon, Maddon, Andrelton Simmons


Andre Holland, Kara Young, Tanis Parenteau and More to Star in BULRUSHER for BARD AT THE GATE

Eisa Davis's Pulitzer Prize-nominated play BULRUSHER will be the 3rd play to receive an online production as part of Paula Vogel's play reading series, BARD AT THE GATE, debuting on YouTube on Thursday, September 17 at 7 p.m. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Youtube, Theatre, Bard, BWW News Desk, Paula Vogel, Eisa Davis, Andre Holland Kara Young Tanis Parenteau


Making the case for post-secondary education for people in prison

Emily Mooney has this effective new commentary at Politico headlined "We Already Have a Tool That Lowers Crime, Saves Money and Shrinks the Prison Population."  Here are excerpts: In America, individuals released from prison often return to crime.  One study published in 2018, which analyzed data from 23 states, found that 37 percent of those released in 2012 returned to prison within three years.  Of those released in 2010, 46 percent returned to prison within five years. But the recidivism ra...
Tags: New York, Law, Senate, Politico, America, House, Department Of Education, Bard, Pell Grant, Vera Institute of Justice, Douglas A Berman, Bard Prison Initiative, Georgetown Center, New York Department of Corrections, Emily Mooney, Pell Pilot Program


Playwright Paula Vogel’s Advice Right Now: Follow Your Joy

Vogel isn’t saying this lightly. She started a play reading series in the middle of a pandemic. “The reason that I started Bard at the Gate is because I have asthma and diabetes. I was actually in rehearsal in New York, and all of us got tremendously sick and we thought, Oh, no. And I came back home to Wellfleet. And then I thought, ‘Well, it’s possible that the virus has my number.’ … [But] I don’t want to die before I see the play that I quit my job over in 1978.” – Token Theatre Friends
Tags: Art, New York, Theatre, Bard, Vogel, Wellfleet, Paula Vogel, 07.13.20


A24 Launches ‘The Green Knight’ Roleplaying Game, Indicates Film Will Still Come to Theaters

When exactly will audiences have the chance to see The Green Knight, director David Lowery‘s (Pete’s Dragon, A Ghost Story) cinematic reimagining of the Arthurian legend? The movie was removed from the release calendar at the end of April, and a week later, Lowery himself was saying that “no one knows” when it will see the light of day. But a press release from distributor A24 promoting a new The Green Knight roleplaying game (we’ll get to that in a second) seems to hint that the indie distribu...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Horror, Fantasy, Brooklyn, Camelot, Board Games, A24, Dev Patel, David Lowery, Bard, Pete, Lowery, Green Knight, Timm Woods, The Green Knight


Paula Vogel's BARD AT THE GATE Series Adds Christina Anderson's GOOD GOODS to Lineup

BARD AT THE GATE - a startup play series presented by Paula Vogel, the Pulitzer Prize-winning HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE and Tony-nominated INDECENT playwright - will add a fifth play to its four-play schedule with a pre-Election Day world-premiere presentation on YouTube of Christina Anderson's play GOOD GOODS in October date TBA. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Bard, Tony, BWW News Desk, Paula Vogel, Christina Anderson


Abigail Breslin, Matthew Hancock and Josh Hamilton to Star in BARD AT THE GATE's Presentation of KERNEL OF SANITY

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel will open the virtual play reading series she has created and curated a Bard at the Gate - with Kermit Frazier's play KERNEL OF SANITY, to be webstreamed on Thursday, June 25 at 7 p.m. on YouTube. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Bard, Josh Hamilton, BWW News Desk, Paula Vogel, Abigail Breslin Matthew Hancock, Kermit Frazier


Paula Vogel's BARD AT THE GATE Series Now Set to Launch June 25 With KERNEL OF SANITY

BARD AT THE GATE, under the aegis of playwright, producer and educator Paula Vogel announced a new launch date and a re-ordering of the performance schedule. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Bard, BWW News Desk, Paula Vogel


Paula Vogel to Produce New Startup Play Series BARD AT THE GATE Featuring Katrina Lenk and More

BARD AT THE GATE - a startup play series presented by Paula Vogel, the Pulitzer Prize-winning HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE and Tony-nominated INDECENT playwright - will debut on Wednesday, June 10 at 700 pm with a reading of Meg Miroshnik's THE DROLL Or, a Stage-Play about the END of Theatre. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Bard, Tony, BWW News Desk, Paula Vogel, Katrina Lenk, Meg Miroshnik


BritBox Unveils What’s Coming to the Streamer in May 2020

BritBox Unveils What’s Coming to the Streamer in May 2020 BritBox, the subscription streaming service from BBC Studios and ITV offering the biggest collection of streaming British television in North America, has unveiled its May slate! Next month’s titles include the exclusive premiere of the original series A Confession starring Emmy winner Martin Freeman (Fargo, Sherlock, Black Panther), as well as all 37 adaptations from BBC’s Shakespeare Collection and more. Check out the full May slate ...
Tags: UK, England, TV, Movies, Samsung, Bbc, Athens, TV News, Streaming, Denmark, Cavendish, Venice, North America, Norman, Verona, Mallorca


Shakespeare’s secret co-writer finally takes a bow … 430 years late

Thomas Watson recognised by literary scholars as the Bard’s forgotten 16th-century collaboratorHe was one of the most celebrated English playwrights of the 16th century, yet none of his plays survived, and today the name of Thomas Watson is virtually unknown. Now the writer, poet and pioneer of the English madrigal – who also saved the life of the playwright Christopher Marlowe in a street brawl – is being seen in a new light.Watson has been identified as the most likely primary author of Arden ...
Tags: Theatre, UK News, Culture, Stage, Watson, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare, Bard, Thomas Watson, Christopher Marlowe


Shakespeare in lockdown: did he write King Lear in plague quarantine?

Pestilence was rife in the Bard’s time, closing theatres and ravaging life. Did he write his bleak, desperate drama while self-isolating? We sift the evidence While those of us stuck in self-isolation or working from home watch TikTok videos and refresh liveblogs, a meme has been going around that claims Shakespeare made use of being quarantined during the plague to write King Lear. The Bard supposedly took advantage of the Globe’s lengthy closure to get on top of his writing in-tray – coming up...
Tags: Theatre, Society, Culture, Stage, William Shakespeare, John, Avon, Shakespeare, Social history, Cleopatra, Macbeth, Stratford, Bard, Antony, King Lear, Bubonic plague


Harry Potter Film and Stage Actors Join Forces for a New Wizarding World Project

Actors who have played Hermione Granger, Albus Dumbledore and Ginny Weasley in film and onstage will lend their voices to a new piece of the Harry Potter extended universe: an audiobook adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s The Tales of Beedle the Bard. The fictional stories played a pivotal role in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows as Dumbledore’s parting gift to Hermione; the tales then laid the groundwork for the novel’s central conflict. But The Tales of Beedle the Bard but has never been off...
Tags: Books, News, Uncategorized, Broadway, Harry Potter, West End, Emma Watson, Jude Law, Noma Dumezweni, Aesop, Hermione, Bard, Rowling, J K Rowling, Albus Dumbledore, Hogwarts