Monthly Archives: September 2015

Thoughts on Globe Measure for Measure

Saw the Globe’s production of Measure for Measure (inside the candlelit Playhouse) last night. My favourite Shakespeare play, but I’ve never seen it done quite like this. This is the first production I’ve seen (and I’ve seen a lot) that … Continue reading

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Walked into the RSC today to see a wall of my own face staring back at me. (A few years ago when I was working there, the RSC sent a call out for volunteers for a marketing photoshoot. This is … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: Want to come on a tour of my RSC dressing room? (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

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Early adventures in feminist theatre

Since my dad passed away I’ve been looking through some of his old photo albums, and found some snaps from the first shows I ever wrote, back in middle school. It’s funny but in hindsight, feminism was kind of a … Continue reading

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On Shakespeare and Gender – some ideas

So, I’ve decided to start blogging. Expect a lot of theatre talk, Shakespeare, feminist ranting, and discussion of GLBTQ issues. Oh, and pizza, probably. For two years I’ve been running the all-female Little but Fierce Theatre (which primarily does Shakespeare … Continue reading

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