Posted on 13-Nov-13 11:14
It’s that time of the year again, when you see pumpkin Blizzards, pumpkin spice lattes, etc. Pumpkins are everywhere. Do you want to be creative and make something cool? Let’s raise our fall spirits and complete these challenges this season...
Posted on 12-Nov-13 12:11
A comedy. Of Errors. The title speaks for itself. Or perhaps not. I walked into this play not knowing the plot at all—because although this is arguably one of Shakespeare’s more famous plays, it rarely gets much attention. On the assumption that most of you are teens (and I apologize to my treasured adult readers; I’ll hope you’re not offended) there’s a strong chance you’re not familiar with the plot, either. To summarize: there is a crazy old man, rambling on about twins separated at birth. This is followed by an introduction to the two main, male characters: Dromeo and Antipholous. There is much confusion, and it almost seems that there must be two Dromeos and two Antipholouses, as both of them are completely confused as to what is going on, and are continuously baffled by things the other says. At the end of the play, there is a surprise twist, which ultimately explains the confusion and helps you make sense of the whole show. Still with me?