TNepTwelfth Night – Act 2 scene 4 – Orsino attempts to educate Cesario in the ways of women and relationships. Viola has something to say about that. Feste sings another song. Love is weird in Illyria.

Featuring: Matt Gordon, and Eve Marie Mugar.

Something About You, by Ukulele Jim, courtesy of


TNepTwelfth Night – Act 2 scene 3 – Crack open your favorite libalation, and come festefy yourself with the antilating antics of Sir Toby, Andrew, Feste, and Maria. Just don’t tell Malvolio-lio.

Featuring Heather Ordover

Sailing with the Captain, by Dust Rhinos, courtesy of



TNepTwelfth Night – Act 2 scene 1 & 2 –  A twin is revealed, and Viola discovers that being a guy has only made matters worse.

Featuring Eve Marie Mugar.
Real Boy, by Kesang Marstrand, courtesy of




TNepTwelfth Night – Act 1 scene 5 – The Lady Olivia finally makes her appearance! Paths cross, personalities clash, and the prodigal fool returns.
Featuring  Heather Ordover, Eve Marie Mugar, and Emily C. A. Snyder.

Company of Fools, by Great Big Sea, courtesy of



TNepTwelfth Night – Act 1 scene 3 & 4 – Let misbehavior reign, as Sir Toby Belch, Maria, and Sir Andrew Aguecheek make their way into the play, while Viola makes her first appearance as a boy.

Featuring Matt Gordon, Eve Marie Mugar, and Heather Ordover
 Bring the Noise – Unholy Trio, by Drunken Prayer



TNepTwelfth Night – Act 1 scene 1 & 2 – There’s heartbreak in Illyria as we meet Duke Orsino and the shipwrecked Viola.

Featuring Matt Gordon and Eve Marie Mugar
Lioness, by Kesang Marstrand, courtesy of




TNepTwelfth Night – Series number nine sheds the enormity of history, in favor  of a comedy, where anything goes, as long as it’s paid for.

Brought to you by, Paul Ammann, Paul Jackson, Jason McDonald, Scott Maxwell, and Philip Hickman.



CBEPlogoA look at how to speak the speech, with a natural, balanced voice, and not bore the audience.

Mark Antony
Act 3, Scene 1 of Julies Caesar

O, pardon me, thou bleeding piece of earth,
That I am meek and gentle with these butchers!
Thou art the ruins of the noblest man
That ever lived in the tide of times.
Woe to the hand that shed this costly blood!
Over thy wounds now do I prophesy,–
Which, like dumb mouths, do ope their ruby lips,
To beg the voice and utterance of my tongue–
A curse shall light upon the limbs of men;
Domestic fury and fierce civil strife
Shall cumber all the parts of Italy;
Blood and destruction shall be so in use
And dreadful objects so familiar
That mothers shall but smile when they behold
Their infants quarter’d with the hands of war;
All pity choked with custom of fell deeds:
And Caesar’s spirit, ranging for revenge,
With Ate by his side come hot from hell,
Shall in these confines with a monarch’s voice
Cry ‘Havoc,’ and let slip the dogs of war;
That this foul deed shall smell above the earth
With carrion men, groaning for burial.


H5_logoHenry V 5.0 – 5.2  –  The battle of Agincourt may be over, but Henry has yet to face his greatest challenge: Winning the heart of Katherine of France.

Alan Cumming, The Head That Wears A Crown

  • Ostent display
  • Plebeians common people
  • Qualmish nauseated
  • Victuals food
  • Avouch uphold
  • Deracinate wipe out
  • Incorporate united

H5_logoHenry V 4.7 – 4.8  – Time to end the bloody battle, count the dead, and bring out the gloves.

National Theatre Live: King Lear

Complete Works



  • Skirr scurry
  • Yerk kick
  • Craven coward
  • Arrant thoroughgoing
  • ‘sblood God’s blood
  • Non nobis Psalm 115
  • Te Deum hym of thanksgiving
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