Sunday, March 31, 2013

Shakespeare Q&A

Betimes your Will doth pose queries in mine plays and verse. I didst think thou might find these questions and answeres to be amusynge. Dost recognise from whence these words do come?

Friday, March 29, 2013

Sonnet 146

This day, faire gentles, I have for thee a pensive sonnet on the nature of the body and desire as it doth hinder the soul.

Monday, March 25, 2013

Need an insult? Will has you covered...

If, like Will, thou dost finde some knavish fool doth plague thee, feel free to tagge the cur on mine insulte or share with those who do offend thee...

Friday, March 22, 2013

Will's Yearbook: Anthony Babington

Here thou canst perceive another leaf of Will, his yearbooke, groundlyngs. This is Anthony Babington, who didst fatefullie conspire to assasinate Her Majestie Queen Elizabeth at the beheste of Mary of Scots. Her Majestie did not suffer the insulte lightlie and had Babington executed, though he did offer to pay his owne ransom at £1000.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Test thy mettle

Test thy mettle, groundlyngs! Who hath bespoke these lines? From which of mine workes?

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Will's Spaces and Places: Rome

Good eve, groundlyngs! Today I hath thought to presente to thee some knowledge of mine spaces and spaces. I didst scribe three playes on ancient Rome: Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, and Coriolanus. For all three, I didst relie upon the histories of Plutarch. Here, thou canst perceive the ruins of the Roman forum as it doth stande in thine modern age.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Need an insult? Will has you covered

Good eve, gentles. Your Will doth praye thou hath not been muche plaguéd by flies of ignorance this workeday. If thou hast, feel free to tagge on Facebooke those that do offend thee with this insult or share with the brutes.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Will's Spaces and Places

Good eve, groundlyngs! Today I hath thought to presente to thee some knowledge of mine spaces and spaces. Here thou canst observe the discoverie space from mine theatre. When the curtains are pull'd back, some tableau doth greet the eyes... of the audience. I hath writ a scene for the discovery space in mine The Tempest, wherein Miranda and Ferdinand do playe at chess. Marlowe didst use this space when we do finde Doctor Faustus in his study. And Thomas Middleton didst thrust an entire bed, Mistress Allwit on it, onto the stage in his playe of A Chaste Maid in Cheapside.

Monday, March 4, 2013

Need an insult? Will has you covered!

Ah, 'tis Monday, and no doubt some sack of guts doth offend thee. Feel free to share this insult or to tagge those that do offend thee, dear groundlyngs!