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A woman’s shape doth shield thee

As I mentioned in my last post, King Lear is very often (much too often in my opinion) compared to climbing a mountain, a summit that every actor must overcome before he can be considered “great.” But what is a … Continue reading

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Down, thou climbing sorrow

In my last post, I mentioned President Obama’s Americanism, how his ability to connect with the public defines him as a leader. Specifically, I mentioned how he openly cried on national television in response to the Newtown shootings last week. … Continue reading

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