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Oh, Henry: STC's ''Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2'', del...
Henry IV's reign over a volatile Britain share time with the carefree exploits of the antithetical Falstaff's reign over the local ne'er do wells – who happen to include the king's tear-away son,...
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Los Angeles Times
Bringing in the New
... Slee Hall, when he leads the UBSO in Elgar’s work based on Shakespeare’s character of Sir
. The UB Choir and members of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo’s Choir,...
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Henry IV, Part 1 and Part 2 at Shakespeare Theatr...
... entirely. Like King Henry V, Welles demonstrated visionary brilliance at an early age, but Falstaff was always the Shakespearean figure with whom he identified most closely. The dissolute,...
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Shakespeare And The Countess by Chris Laoutaris: ...
... with a hair-raising speech which lasted for more than half an hour. A shocked witness, John Hawarde, referred to her as "more than womanlike", possessing a "very great spirit and an...
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What’s the greatest ever Shakespeare adaptation o...
... a man pressed down by misunderstanding and under-appreciation. Henry IV stands or falls on its Falstaff and, creased by those disappointments, Welles created a reveller and sage for the ages. “I...
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Shakespeare: 10 things you didn't know
... the plinth. These bronze characters represent four elements of Shakespeare’s genius: Falstaff chortles for Comedy; Henry V holds the crown aloft for History, Hamlet with Yorick’s skull...
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Small Business, Big Capitalism, and Beer
... brewers from one to ten were Schlitz, Anheuser-Busch, Ballantine, Pabst, Rheingold, Schaefer, Falstaff, Miller, Blatz, and Pfeiffer. Of them, only AB, Miller and Pabst survive. The bottom came...
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‘Henry IV, Part 2’ entertains lavishly at Shakesp...
Shallow and Silence’s names have never given rise to adjectives, in the way that Falstaff has engendered the word “Falstaffian.” And yet, when van Griethuysen’s Shallow and Appleton’s frail,...
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Why we should all join Shakespeare’s birthday par...
... celebrated ‘Nine Daies Wonder’ dance from London to the city. He leapt over the wall of St John’s Maddermarket to celebrate his feat. A fitting place to do it, because the Maddermarket...
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Norwich Theatre Royal
Staten Island choruses: Many voices to be raised,...
Lost Her Love”; “Sigh No More, Ladies” by Ralph Vaughan Williams, adapted from his opera; and “Sir John in Love” from “Falstaff.” The Treble Choir will sing “Superfluous Hair” by American composer...
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Ralph Vaughan Williams
The battle to build Shakespeare’s Globe
... 1860 to be an elaborate hoax, fabricated some 30 years previously by the notorious forger John Payne Collier. Touched with infamy by association, Russell’s influential petition dropped out...
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The Biography as Periscope: Exploring Australian ...
... of the British Music Society, and, as she also had literary interests, helped the poet John Shaw Neilson publish his poetry. She also tried to establish a professional orchestra, and it...
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Cloud Atlas author talks originality
... life. Mitchell said that he was inspired by William Shakespeare’s use of the character Sir
, who appears in several of his plays. All of Mitchell’s works are in conversation...
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A Culture of Dignity (Part 2)
... and public history share the same dynamic principle: both are fables agreed upon. –John Lahr, theater critic We don’t so much build our first persona as we recognize it emerging out...
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Homebrewers drink in hobby
... for it to adopt his own name; the Berghoff brand popped up in 1887 and lasted through 1954; Falstaff was brewed here until 1990. Now there is the Mad Anthony Brewing Co. These are the...
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Clearwater Revival. Paul, who gives his address as “Upper Left Coast,” says, “Many people thought John Fogerty was singing, ‘There’s a bathroom on the right.’ The actual lyrics are, ‘There’s a bad...
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West Side Story among the new shows announced by ...
... appeared in the productions at the RSC’s Stratford-Upon-Avon home headed by Sir Antony Sher as Falstaff. Antony Sher as Falstaff in Henry IV parts I and II. Photo: Supplied John Bultitude, of...
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