I turned forty yesterday, and my mother threw a surprise party for me, with a crowd of theatre and non-theatre friends, and we laughed, and sang, and improvved well into the wee hours, and the wine was very good – so today I am slightly vague…
While mostly aimed at improvisers in need of convincing pseudo-Shakespearean dialogue, it is of interest for writers too, with a series of no-nonsense tips that could come in handy when trying to devise an Elizabethan-ish language for historical fiction.
And besides, it is fun to read.
- Have We Finally Found the “Lost” Shakespeare? (bigthink.com)
- 11 Famous Actors Reading Shakespeare Out Loud (flavorwire.com)