Did Shakespeare Go Trick or Treating?

Did Shakespeare Go Trick or Treating?

When it comes to the tradition of trick or treating on October 31, we can trace the origins of this practice back to Tudor England. Some say it was even under Queen Mary that the phrase “All Hallow’s Eve” was reportedly first used. The practice of trick or treating...
Ep 98: Dawn Tucker & Elizabethan Acrobatics

Ep 98: Dawn Tucker & Elizabethan Acrobatics

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Romeo and Juliet Animated Short Film Wins Award in Stratford

Romeo and Juliet Animated Short Film Wins Award in Stratford

This past weekend I was in Stratford Upon Avon for The Shakespeare Film Festival, put on annually by Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. It was a wonderful weekend! I was able to tour the area and will be posting blogs and pictures of my travels for you to get to see some...
Review: Taking Comedy Too Literally in Twelfth Night

Review: Taking Comedy Too Literally in Twelfth Night

Official Review of Twelfth Night at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival by Cassidy Cash | May 6, 2018 | I saw two plays this day at Alabama Shakespeare Festival. You can read my review of Much Ado About Nothing here. Recently, I had the privilege of attending William...