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Bringing Shakespeare to Life for Homeschool Groups

28 November 2017

Accessibility. That’s the buzzword we use when we talk about ASC’s passion for sharing Shakespeare with the general public. We want to provide easy Shakespeare access to...

Actor Notes – Tim Sailer on Boyet in LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST

20 October 2017

Ah, “honey-tongued Boyet”! Whenever I mention I’m playing him in Love’s Labour’s Lost, I’m met with impish grins and arch eyebrows. An aura of mystery...

Co-Director Jenny Bennett talks FALL OF KING HENRY

18 October 2017

Team York or Team Lancaster? Team Henry Tudor! (I also firmly align with Henry (Lancaster). And Rutland (York). And Warwick (the Kingmaker). And Margaret (Lancaster). And Richard (York)....

Dr. Ralph’s 10 Things to Know about THE FALL OF KING HENRY

11 October 2017

These notes originally appeared in the 2010 Actors’ Renaissance Season program.  1. When was the play first performed? It must have been before 1592, when a pamphlet by Robert...