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Shakespeare Joins As Sponsor for National Hunting and Fishing Day

Annual celebration set for Sept. 23 SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (Sept. 14, 2017) – Shakespeare is the latest name added to a growing list of sponsors for National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHF Day). NHF Day brings together sportsmen and women to...Show More Summary

Gray 'close to new Leicester deal and should use Ronaldo as inspiration'

Demarai Gray is close to signing a new contract at Leicester and boss Craig Shakespeare says the winger should use Cristiano Ronaldo as inspiration.

Major blow for Leicester, Shakespeare confirms these 3 stars are likely to miss the Liverpool game

Major blow for Leicester, Shakespeare confirms these 3 stars are likely to miss the Liverpool game - originally posted on Sportslens.com Liverpool travel to King Power Stadium for their Carabao Cup clash against Leicester City tomorrow night and the visitors will be looking to get back to winning ways. Show More Summary

Leicester v Liverpool: Foxes reveal key players out, Shakespeare confirms changes

Leicester v Liverpool in the Carabao Cup Leicester City have their chance to forget their struggles in the Premier League, when they host Liverpool in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night. The 2015/2016 Premier League champions continue to fail to light up England’s top flight, as they did last season. Perhaps Leicester have a better […]

Huddersfield 1-1 Leicester City: Craig Shakespeare pleased with point for 'second best' Foxes

Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare says his side were "second best" for much of their 1-1 draw away at Huddersfield.

Shakespeare Joins As Sponsor for National Hunting and Fishing Day

Shakespeare is the latest name added to a quickly growing list of sponsors for National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHF Day). This post Shakespeare Joins As Sponsor for National Hunting and Fishing Day appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

LA Unified's settlement with Rafe Esquith leaves the mystery intact

If there’s anything more famous about educator Rafe Esquith than his bestsellers on pedagogy and the way he instilled a love of Shakespeare in his students, it’s his dismissal from the classroom for allegedly inappropriate behavior with current and former students, followed by his termination. His...

So Many Of Freud's Ideas Have Been Superseded (Or Debunked). So Why Is He Still So Popular?

"Although Freudian theories are no longer a part of mainstream science, Freud is still incredibly well-known, a figure with name recognition on par with Shakespeare. Just think of how his theories have entered into the contemporary vernacular: Mommy and Daddy issues. Phallic symbols. Death wishes. Freudian slips. Arrested development. Anal retentiveness.Defense mechanisms."

Chicago Shakespeare's new Navy Pier theater: It can transform

The Yard theater at Navy Pier has a unique feature: It can transform. Nine huge seating towers can be moved around with ease, to create a wide range of stage and seating configurations for audience capacities of 150 to nearly 900 people. The first performance in the approximately 35,000-square-foot,...

Pop-Up Replica Of The Globe Theatre Presents Shakespeare - Well, Almost Anywhere

The founder/artistic director of the Pop-Up Globe was inspired when he read to his daughter about the original Globe and she asked if they could go there. It's not an exact replica of the second Globe (1614) - it uses modern materials and electricity - but the shape and dimensions are similar and it can […]

Craig Shakespeare: First Leicester City press conference was toughest career moment

Craig Shakespeare tells Gary Lineker his first press conference as Leicester boss was the toughest moment of his career

Peter Hall, A Director Who Animated Language

"Directors can’t simply let a play speak on its own, but they must put their ear to the ground. Meaning for Hall always returned to an intimate confrontation with the line. He didn’t believe that Shakespeare could be properly done without respecting the forms in which he wrote his plays. Verse, diction, rhetorical patterns — […]

Director Peter Hall, 86

Hall’s most startling and lasting achievement is to have been the founding father of the UK’s two biggest subsidised theatres in the form that we now know them: the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Royal Shakespeare Company founder Peter Hall dies

6 days agoArts : Artdaily

British director Peter Hall, who founded the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1960 and is credited with the boom of post-war British theatre, has died at the age of 86, the National Theatre said on Monday. Actors Vanessa Redgrave and Patrick...Show More Summary

Peter Hall, director who championed Shakespeare, modern stage classics, dies at 86

A Tony winner who also directed opera, Mr. Hall insisted on the primacy of theater as part of the British patrimony.

Remembering theater director and Royal Shakespeare founder Peter Hall, who turned language into life

Theater directors bear heavy responsibility for a production’s failure yet enjoy only a meager portion of the glory that playwrights and actors receive when a show catches fire. Auteurs rebel against this system, putting their distinctive stamp on work their productions in effect rewrite. But Peter...

Director Peter Hall, A Champion Of British Theater, Dies At 86

6 days agoNews : The Two-Way

Hall ran two of the most important theater companies in England — the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. He directed Waiting for Godot and Amadeus, among dozens of plays, old and new.

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