Thoughts About Dick Grayson

The Shakespeare bust: then and now.

April 23 is supposedly William Shakespeare’s birthday (and certainly his death day). The bard would be 449 today (he lived 1564-1616).

If you happen to be in London, the Globe Theatre and Museum offers free admission.

Happy St George’s Day as well.

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    I’m a big fan of the Scottish play and Hamlet. And a particular 1999 interpretation of Taming of the Shrew…
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    Woot! Woot! It’s the big 4-5-0!!!! Happy 450th birthday Shakespeare! My favorite play is Richard III, followed by...
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    The Shakespeare bust: then and now. April 23 is supposedly William Shakespeare’s birthday (and certainly his death day)....
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    Shakespeare’s birthday and Batman: this seems relevant to my interests….
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    national treasures, tbh.