Monthly Archives: April 2015

Love’s Labor’s Lost

Love’s Labor’s Lost forced me to think about how we perceive art. Most often it is as the artist intends for us to experience it (I intentionally do not say “see”). Plays are unique in that it seems we most … Continue reading

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The Tragedy of King Richard the Second

KRII tells the story of the decline and deposition of that king by Henry, son of John of Gault, who assumes the throne as KHIV in a bloodless coup. While not entirely historically accurate, Shakespeare’s portrayal of KRII raises interesting … Continue reading

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