Shakespeare play titles are all pretty obvious. Let's see what it would be like if they had slightly more modern titles...
Happy new year to everyone! It's time for another round of Shakespearean New Year's Resolutions.
And just in case you missed our resolutions for the past two years, here they are:
Happy New Year everyone! As the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, 2016 promises to be a year rich in Shakespearean adventures and excitement.
Have you ever said to yourself, "Wow, I really wish there was a handy way to keep track of all the deaths in Titus Andronicus"? Well, are you ever in luck! I am here unveiling the first ever Good Tickle Brain deathographic! (It's like an infographic, but with more death.)
Starting with Alarbus and proceeding clockwise, this chart gives you a chronological rundown of who gets killed when, and by whom. Print a copy out and bring it along the next time you go to a performance of Titus, to help you keep track of where you are in the play.
Don't forget to check out my goodies in the Good Tickle Brain Shoppe! There's no actual Titus death clock available yet, but you never know...
The third-to-the-last installment of my Three-Panel Plays series is upon us! My, how time flies when one is having fun.
I hope you won't judge me unkindly, but out of all thirty-eight plays, this was easily my favorite one to draw.
I saw a fantastic performance of Troilus and Cressida at the Stratford Festival back in 2003. I don't actually remember much about it, except Patroclus full-frontal flashed Odysseus, Paris and Helen got it on on-stage, and there were lots of people running around with spears. It was a lot of fun.
We're almost done! Come back on Monday for Twelfth Night and The Two Gentlemen of Verona.
See all Three-Panel Plays here!