Tag: Elizabethan Stage

Season: 2011
The Royal Road, March 12, Le Havre

Oct 4th, 2012

Here’s a new episode of our adventures back in London.
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Season: 2011
The Royal Road

Oct 4th, 2012

The Royal Road
The greatest and fullest characters Shakespeare ever created are in Henry IV, pt 1, and Henry IV, pt 2. They are noble and despicable, brilliant and manipulative, side-splittingly funny and devastatingly heart-breaking.
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Season: 2011
The Royal Road--3/5/11--Shrewsbury Battlefield

Oct 4th, 2012

He gave me a demonstration of how a longbowman could, in the absence of his namesake weapon, slam a blunt dagger through a visor into the bridge of the enemy’s nose, hammering it in, and severing the nervous system of the now very-dead foe.

And if that wasn’t enough I thought I’d just give the bow string a pull while he turned the other way, and the draw-weight of over 70 lbs (half the draw-weight of an actual medieval bow) nearly ripped the tendons from my back.
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Season: 2012
The Pen and The Powder Keg--Part ? --Gregory Linington Interview

Oct 4th, 2012

The Pen and the Powder Keg: Gregory Linington
Well just in time for the New Year, I have Gregory Linington’s interview for The Pen and the Powder Keg. We Tufts are known for promptness.
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Season: 2011
The Pen and the Powder Keg

Oct 4th, 2012

My understanding of this town (D.C.) is that nothing is what it seems, and that everything is a conspiracy.
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