1. 'Shakespeare in the Park': A Look at the Bard's Best On-Stage Performances This article takes a look at some of the best Shakespearean performances that have graced the stage in the last few decades. It features clips and images from some of the most acclaimed performances of the bard's work, including Kenneth Branagh's 1989 production of Hamlet, Sir Ian McKellen's performance in Richard III, and Mark Rylance's performance in Twelfth Night. The article also discusses some of the ways that Shakespeare's works have been adapted to fit modern audiences. 2. 'Romeo and Juliet': Exploring the Classic Love Story This article offers an in-depth exploration of Shakespeare's most famous love story. It examines the various themes and motifs in the play, such as love, fate, and mortality, and how these have been interpreted by different directors and actors over the years. It also provides a look at how the story has been adapted for film and television, and how the play has been used as a source of inspiration for modern works. 3. 'Shakespeare's Globe Theatre': A Look at the Iconic Venue This article takes a look at
Join Diane Meyer Lowman, an empty-nester from suburban Connecticut, on her daring journey of self-discovery at the age of 57. In search of fulfillment and purpose, Diane embarks on a life-changing adventure: a senior year abroad studying her literary hero at the prestigious Shakespeare Institute in Stratford Upon Avon.
Today’s interview is with the hilarious and clever space opera author R.M. Kozan. Kozan writes stories packed with action and wonder. It was a pleasure getting to know more about their writing and interests. HG: How would you describe yourself to somebody who isn’t familiar with your writing yet? RMK: Weird, yet essential. HG: Intriguing! When did you know you were ready to take on the role of author? RMK: I felt I was a shoo-in after I hid the body of the real R.M. Kozan. HG: LOL! Tell us a bit more about the inspiration behind your books or where you get your ideas. RMK: It is mostly ChatGPT, although I also deploy a regime of Shakespeare-familiar monkeys on standard analog keyboards. (But seriously, I use alleged intelligence, not artificial intelligence.) HG: What feeling do you hope readers are left with when they finish one of your stories? RMK:... Read More >