Oh, you know, the standard: Fine, whatever, Nightmare on Elm Street it is Oh, okay, classic standard: The Exorcist Ugh, real life is scary enough: 13th HyperNormalisation Gimme Witches: The VVitch Gimme witches but maybe only kinda scary and don’t eat babies: Stardust I prefer a more positive portrayal of my witches: Bell, Book and
And Happy 70th Birthday, Freddie Mercury Featuring back to school standards and outliers: Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Othello, Richard III, As You Like It, The Tempest, Richard II, Titus Andronicus “I WANT TO BREAK FREE”—Romeo & Juliet What you need to know: Welcome to 9th Grade English Literature. Teenagers from
It’s also a kind of magic that brings you back for the third round! Featured plays: Coriolanus; A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Titus Andronicus; Romeo & Juliet; Love’s Labour’s Lost; Othello; Richard II; Hamlet; Two Gentlemen of Verona; Macbeth; King John; The Tempest “THE LOSER IN THE END”—Coriolanus What You Need to Know: Coriolanus beats
And…it’s back. Featured Plays: Antony and Cleopatra; Titus Andronicus; Macbeth; Richard II; Othello; As You Like It; Hamlet; Henry IV Part 1; Henry V “KILLER QUEEN”—Antony and Cleopatra By Agostino Carracci, Public Domain What You Need to Know: If you HAVEN’T seen the Elizabeth Taylor/Richard Burton film (not based on the play technically…), then
It’s a kind of magic when Queen comes together with Shakespeare…
Because the world needed a Shakespeare & Queen mashup.