The fragrance of characters: First try

In which a veredict is given over the fragrance that was created last week. So you guys remember that I tried to create a perfume last week inspired by Lady Anne from Richard III? (Post here) Today it was supposed to be the day when the maceration process finished so, I decided to test the …

Tillykke med fødselsdagen, H.C. Andersen!

(Image from/Imagen de Wikipedia) Today, we celebrate the Danish Author's birthday with a short post, remembering the videos of his poetry that I've covered in my Youtube Channel. Hoy celebramos el cumpleaños del autor danés con un post corto, recordando los vídeos de sus poesías que he subido a mi canal de Youtube. I hope …

Preparing my Shakespeare Monologue (2): Some inspirations

(Image from Masterclass.com) (Post: 1) In which I check the other inspiration resources for my exercise. So, aside from the text itself, specially my monologue, I have been searching for more inspirations to help me with this exercise. I already told you about the fragrance last Wednesday, and today I'll tell you about the bibliography …

Let’s make a podcast (2): Starting to put the pieces together (in the order you need them)

(Image from Futurelearn.com) (Post: 1) Continuing with our podcast process, let's see a bit behind the process previous to writing the radioplays. So, we decided to start a podcast. What do we need? Radioplays! How do we make them? Researching the text! And for the research of the text, the most important thing here is …

Viernes de película: Un (mini) fancast de “El Rey Juan” de Shakespeare

Bienvenid@s a este pequeño ejercicio que tiene que ver con una de mis obras de Shakespeare favoritas. No es ningún secreto que adoro las obras históricas de Shakespeare. Lo que puede ser menos conocido es que El Rey Juan es una de mis obras favoritas del bueno de Will. Hasta el punto en el que …

Folklore Thursday: The Scottish Play (You know which one)

For Folklore Thursday, here is a short post on one superstition regarding one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays. It is a truth universally acknowledged that I am superstitious. But very superstitious. Even for a theatre person. Of course, being an absolute Shakespeare nerd, one of the superstitious that terrify me the most is the one …