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Shakespeare-in-the-Park 2017: Much Ado About Nothing

Posted on August 1, 2017. Written by Sinj Karan Holly Gauthier-Frankel and Quincy Armorer. Photo By ©StudioBaronPhoto Set around the love lives of Benedick, Beatrice, Hero and Claudio, this is one of the mid-career plays by the Bard, whose use of mistaken identity,...

Bard in our yard – McGill Reporter

Bard in our yard Posted on Thursday, July 27, 2017 By Bud Martin All the world’s a stage*  –  including the lower field on McGill’s downtown campus. That’s where the Dept. of English’s Early Modern Conversions research group will present a free outdoor performance of...

The Book Nook: Much Ado About Nothing

The Book Nook: Much Ado About Nothing Welcome to our latest columnist, Melanee Morin My passion for reading began at a young age, culminating in a Master’s degree in English Literature from the University of Ottawa and a desire to promote literacy and culture,...

Shakespeare and Summer: Both Made for Lovers

Les ArtsZé by Therese Reger What better way to celebrate summer— especially for lovers of English lit— than Shakespeare in the park (SITP)? At Jarry Park on a Sunday evening, SITP seems custom-made for reaffirming Canada’s heritage as well as diversity, and enjoying...