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ALL 37 plays by William Shakespeare, nothing less than the compete works of the Bard of Avon, will be performed in Galway - in 90 minutes.
The Royal Theatre has announced a return of Ballet Ireland to the stage with a new production of Romeo and Juliet choreographed by Morgann Runacre-Temple on December 7. The production had its world premiere at the Gaiety Theatre on Tuesday October 19.
In an age of remarkable men and women, Ben Jonson (1572-1637) stood out. Not only was he friend and rival of Shakespeare, he was also a brilliant poet and playwright. He was also wayward, obstinate, bad-tempered, and only survived the gallows after killing a man in a duel by proving he could read and write. Thereafter he bore on his right thumb a branded 'T', for Tyburn, so that if caught next time, he would hang.
SHAKESPEARE’S MEASURE For Measure will be the subject of an actors’ masterclass from Theatrecorp actor and director Max Hafler.
DESDEMONA…A Play About A Handkerchief, by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel, will be staged by Galway’s Selkie Theatre in the Town Hall Studio next week.
SECOND AGE Theatre Company makes its annual visit to the Town Hall in the first week of February with its production of one of the greatest of Shakespeare’s plays; King Lear.
“TWO HOUSEHOLDS both alike in dignity, In fair Verona where we lay our scene. From forth the fatal loins of these two foes, A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life.”
Following their popular staging of Monty Python’s Life of Brian before Christmas, Dreamstuff Youth Theatre are getting ready for itheir busiest production year ever in 2009.
Over the last number of months Castlecomer Community School’s three Transition Year groups have been working hard on their productions of three Shakespeare plays; 'King Lear', 'A Midsummer's Night Dream' and 'The Merchant of Venice' as part of a TY drama festival.
THE THEATRE director, teacher, and playwright Max Hafler will give an intermediate acting workshop next month, entitled Shakespeare And Language.