Extremely Short Book Review: Greenblatt, Bate, & Akroyd

Extremely Short Book Review: Greenblatt, Bate, & Akroyd

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My Review of Kenneth Branagh’s All is True

My Review of Kenneth Branagh’s All is True

If you already know a lot about Shakespeare and have been hoping to meet him, you’re going to love All Is True Branagh shines as the bard. If you are a stickler for movies being precise about facts, or if you already have preconditioned ideas about what Shakespeare’s...
Review of Alexander Barnett’s King Lear

Review of Alexander Barnett’s King Lear

This post contains affiliate links. Alexander Barnett's King Lear functions as a great example of how the techniques that work well on a theater stage do not always translate to the big screen. One aspect that stuck out to me as obviously missing was music. There is...
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...