Seriously Shakespeare

Quickly, while I have a moment, let me tell you more about my week in Stratford, England. Since you last heard from me, I had seen three Shakespeare productions: “The Taming of the Shrew,” “Hamlet” and “As You Like It.” “Hamlet” is my favorite Shakespearean work of all time, so this has been my favorite…

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Behind the scenes

As part of my preparation to join my 2013 Shakespeare in England classmates across the pond, our professors recommended that we get to know the theater set-up a little bit. For most of us, that’s a done deal. Being involved in previous theater productions both on campus and off, as well as taking courses on the…

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“Hagar’s Children”

As I’ve mentioned in my past few posts, I am in a play! Dec. 6-8, 7:30 p.m., Hanover College Theatre presents “Hagar’s Children.” Without giving too much away, I’ll try to give you an idea of what it’s about. My character’s name is Rob, and I am one of five emotionally troubled teenagers living in…

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Three Plays in One

This past weekend, the theatre department presented a play by Romulus Linney called “Three Poets.” I was lucky enough to catch this performance as part of my job as a cultural events attendance taker, and I was very glad I chose to work this event. This play was unlike any I have been to so far…

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A Spring in Your Step

With this weekend being the official start of Spring, things at Hanover College are really getting busy. Winter term is winding down (the countdown until finals week is well into the 20’s now!) and everyone is ready for Spring Term. Spring Term, which is essentially the month of May, is filled with something for everyone….

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An Adventure a Day…

It may be only Monday, but I have already made it a point this week to start trying new things at Hanover College, and really take advantage of the opportunities that I usually pass by. Hanover is really excellent when it comes to giving its students a chance to be exposed to things that they…

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