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Shakespeare at Iona
The Shakespeare Newsletter is a scholarly journal published three times a year by the English Department at Iona College. SNL began publication in 1951, under the editorship of Louis Marder, and Iona became the publisher of SNL in 1991
- 2,000 subscribers in 37 countries around the globe
- Three issues per year, averaging 40 pages each of news, reviews, abstracts, digests of dissertations and periodical articles
- The Shakespeare Newsletter thrives on contributions from its subscribers. Every issue includes reviews and short critical pieces by a variety of Shakespeareans
English 301 Comedy & History
English 302 Tragedy & Romance
English 310 Shakespeare on Film
English 711 Studies in Shakespeare
English 712 Further Studies in Shakespeare
The Globe Theatre (video)
Shakespeare in NYC
The Shakespeare Society was founded in 1997 for people who share a passion for Shakespeare and an enduring desire to understand and appreciate the greatest playwright of the English language. It has grown into a nonprofit cultural organization, presenting entertaining and challenging programs that combine stage performances by outstanding actors with illuminating commentary by noted Shakespearean writers, scholars, and directors.
ShakespeareNYC is a company of artists dedicated to presenting the entire Canon of Shakespeare's plays in theatrically gripping and beautiful productions.
Their motto is "Trust Shakespeare" and they strive for clarity and wit, the appreciation and exploration of heightened speech, and the timelessness of Shakespeare's moral vision.
Free Shakespeare in the Park is one of the most important programs that The Public Theater provides and is at the heart of founder Joe Papp’s vision to create theater for all. In the last 50 years, more than 5 million people have enjoyed performances at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. exciting theater and exceptional performances under the stars.