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Monthly Archives: March 2012
No one’s laughing now. Puck, the plucky underdog who beat the vaunted #1 seed Rosalind is gone. The Shrew has fallen. The gallant Hotspur beaten (as he must be) by the young Prince Hal. It’s only favorites left: fond friends … Continue reading
In Tragedy we’re down to the big boys and one very ambitious girl. Hamlet has slaughtered his enemies, Othello has vanquished a pair of iconic lovers, and Antony stands triumphant, but no one has knocked off bigger challengers than Lady … Continue reading
And so we come to the end of another exciting week of Shakespeare Madness voting. With all the longshots drummed out in the first round (Timon, we hardly knew ye!), the competition this time around was bound to be fierce. … Continue reading
Who knew the Wild Cards were so powerful? Only one actual Romance play was a convincing victor, while minor characters from other divisions thwomped Romance heavyweights left and right. Now most of those Late Romances that you haven’t read yet … Continue reading
The Mob has spoken, and comedy giants fell. Seven of the eight high seeds, toppled in the first round; it seems the people love the little characters best. Now all the Berownes and Proteii are gone, it’s time to start … Continue reading
Where there were sixteen, only eight remain, but the Iron Throne (of England) seats only one. The weak have been winnowed out, leaving only the strongest (plus Falstaff). Four kings, one queen, two rebels, and a fat knight remain. … Continue reading
One heavyweight fell to a ruthlessly ambitious Scottish queen, but otherwise most of the favorites advanced easily. The waters of Round Two will not run so smooth; though it would be a TRAGEDY to lose any of these amazing characters…Who … Continue reading
The first round of our Shakespeare Madness Tournament is over, and it’s been a glorious struggle of close calls, ridiculous blowouts, and heart-wrenching decisions for hundreds of Shakespeare fans worldwide. Round 2 voting starts on Monday, and the choices are … Continue reading
The polls are closed and full Round 1 results will be announced on Monday morning, along with updated brackets and new polls for Round 2! But for those of you who just can’t wait, we recorded a sneak peak podcast … Continue reading
Shakespeare’s Late Romances have troubled scholars and audiences for generations. What are they? Comedies? Tragedies? Just…problem plays? One thing is certain: they contain some of Shakespeare’s most mature work, and most complex, deep, and engrossing characters. But who will romance … Continue reading