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Full Circle

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival just announced their 2017 season, and it’s packed with crowd-pleasers. “Julius Caesar,” “Hamlet,” “Rosencranz & Guildenstern Are Dead”… I can’t wait! But what really makes me happy, in the same year as my novel FINDING KATE launches … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned From Acting Shakespeare – Part Two

Saturday, March 14, 2015, was the last day of my Shakespeare acting class. It was amazing. Last week, I wrote a post about my impressions and feelings about the class based upon my experiences in the prior weeks leading up … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned From Acting Shakespeare – Part One

My friend and writing group member, Trudy (@mabelgygi), convinced me to take a Shakespeare acting class with her. It’s an adult outreach program at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival (@COShakes) in Boulder, Colorado, where I see all my Shakespeare plays every … Continue reading

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CSF’s Richard II: A Brief Review

Last night, I attended the preview night of the Colorado Shakespeare Festival‘s production of William Shakespeare’s Richard II. While there were definitely some opening-night jitters, this was a powerful production and well worth seeing. Richard II is the first play … Continue reading

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A Month Of Shakespeare

July was National Ice Cream Month, National Baked Beans Month, and National Hitchhiking Month. It was also, for me, a month of Shakespeare. It started and ended with “Women of Will,” the remarkable five-part series written by Tina Packer and performed by … Continue reading

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Lightning Strikes at CSF

On a beautiful night in late July, 2010, my friend Becky and I attended a performance of “The Taming of the Shrew” at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival in Boulder.  I really didn’t expect at the time that it would send … Continue reading

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