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Le Duodecimo 1.5 (September 2020)

"There's business in these faces...." (Cymbeline, 5.5) | In this issue: ◊ “She was a vixen when she went to school...” (A Midsummer Night's Dream, 3.2) | Molly's New Team Musings & Reading Notes ◊ “...we know what we are but not what we may be.” (Hamlet, 4.5) |...

Le Duodecimo 1.4 (August 2020)

"There's business in these faces...." (Cymbeline, 5.5) | In this issue: ◊ “I'll call for pen and ink, and write my mind...” (Henry VI, Part I, 5.3) | Amanda’s Notes on New Works-in-Progress ◊ “Know of me then - for now I speak to some purpose…” (As You Like It, 5.2) |...

Le Duodecimo 1.3 (July 2020)

"The duty of comedy is to correct men by amusing them..." | In this issue: ◊ “The absence of the beloved, short though it may last, always lasts too long.” | Midsummer Musings from the AD’s Home Office: Personal reflections on a summer without Shakespeare-in-the-Park...

Le Duodecimo 1.2 (June 2020)

" ...with no less confidence than boys pursuing summer butterflies." (Coriolanus, 4.6) | In this issue: ◊ “Let me embrace thee, sour adversity, for wise men say it is the wisest course.” (Henry VI, Part III, 3.1) | 2020 Performance Update ◊ "What fairies haunt this...

Le Duodecimo 1.1 (May 2020)

"Words, words, words." (Hamlet, 2.2) | In this inaugural issue: ◊ Contemplation in/on Isolation | Musings from the AD's Home Office ◊ "Where lies your text?" (Twelfth Night, 1.5) | Introducing Le Folio's New Guise ◊ A Shakespeare-Adjacent Scavenger Hunt | Chris's...

Le Folio: Spring 2018

Our bi-annual newsletter Spring 2018 Edition is out! Please check in on what we’ve been doing clicking here Have a great summer in the parks!

Le Folio: Automne 2017

Notre bulletin d'information biannuel vient de lancé son édition Automne 2017. Vous pouvez le consulter ici. Passez un très bon temps des fêtes!