FireMuse Shakespeare is proud to announce the cast of its inaugural live production, 7-Player Cymbeline!
With apologies to the Marines, we’re looking for a few good, fun-loving, people to engage in a grand experiment. This summer, it is the goal of FireMuse Shakespeare to launch a traveling band of performers to take Shakespeare to the audiences of Ventura County, in a series of patron-hosted, small-audience, socially distanced outdoor performances. Our first production will a stripped-down 90-minute version of one of Shakespeare’s lesser-known romances. In a
OK, with the first month of the year-long sonnet project under our belts, it’s now time to look forward to the next phase of FireMuse Shakespeare…
The Ventura County Reporter gave the Sonnet Project a shout-out!
I’ve got an announcement (and call for submissions) coming soon… so keep your eyes and ears peeled on IG and FB…
It’s the first Monday of the year, so you know what that means (or maybe you don’t)… The first video release of this year’s year-long sonnet project, of me reciting Sonnet #1.
As we reach the end of the year, it’s a time of reflection.
OK, so that last blog post was a couple of weeks back was all about the upcoming Sonnet Project 2021. Well, sign-ups have gone pretty well.
Got a Shakespeare-itch that you can’t scratch in this pandemic?
Dying to feel the power and glory of the Bard’s verse coursing through you (and out your mouth), but don’t have the time for a production?
Well, FireMuse Shakespeare has got you covered with its Shakespeare Sonnet Project 2021, a year-long all-digital celebration of the 154 14-liners (in most cases, at least) that helped cement Shakespeare’s poetic fame and name.