Le Duodecimo 1.6 (October 2020)

"The teeming autumn, big with rich increase..." (Sonnet XCVII, 6) | In this issue:◊ “Chewing the food of sweet and bitter fancy...” (As You Like It, 4.3) | Feasts in Shakespeare - a Few Toothsome Readings ◊ “Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron...

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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) |...

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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) |...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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Words with Will: The Process

Written by: Shanti Gonzales Greetings! It’s been a busy few months here at Reper. After rehearsing, performing, and touring Romeo and Juliet: Love is Love, we took a deep breath in August, only to jump right back in this fall with our Words with Will Reading Series,...

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Much Ado Opera Workshop

Last week, Artistic Director Amanda Kellock participated in a workshop of a new opera based on shakespeare's's Much Ado About Nothing (by Patrick Hansen and James Garner) as part of a wonderful symposium at McGill on how Opera training is evolving. This...

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Public Reading Workshop

In a word: Momentous  Written by Serena Henson, Communications Coordinator 2018 If you haven’t heard yet, Repercussion Theatre, in partnership with Playwrights’ Montreal, has commissioned two playwrights to create new works that dialogue with (or even talk back to)...

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