Author Archives: thatshakespearechick
Lady Macbeth, Gabriel von Max (1885) Lady Macbeth’s mad midnight wanderings are certainly one of the more enduring images of Macbeth, but, to me, they also evoke its biggest question. What drives Lady Macbeth mad? It is obvious from early … Continue reading
Several interesting tidbits from The Shakespeare Standard: Hulu premieres Shakespeare-inspired TV series, 15-minute Romeo and Juliet, and LEGO Shakespeare.
I have several areas I want to address regarding Macbeth, so I’m going to do a series of shorter posts instead of one giant post wall. They will go up over the next week or so as I have them … Continue reading
I was intending to discuss this play in depth and then move on to a review of the DVD, but this performance was so damn good I need to talk about it NOW. The recording I am talking about is … Continue reading
When I began writing this blog, I think I intended it to be sort of a celebration of all things Shakespeare. Really, the primary reason I started it was that I wanted to talk about Coriolanus (the play itself), but not necessarily … Continue reading