Joined 13 years ago from Scotland, UK
I am an actress (www.daniellefarrow.com) and acting coach (www.discoverfineacting.com), and I specialise in helping people with Shakespeare's verse (actingshakespeare.wordpress.com). I can also be found on Google+.
I often enjoy the research aspect of acting and so my writing here reflects the subjects that have caught my attention most while working on this (teaching, text / character exploration and project development).
I also, though rarely, am inspired to write a spot of fiction, so some hubs will reflect that as well.
I look forward to reading your comments, should you feel inspired to respond to my hubs.
8 years ago
An illustrated article about Shakespeare's play, Twelfth Night, with information, entertainment and helpful links.
8 years ago
An easy introduction - with step by step instructions - to speaking in iambic pentameter, the verse form used by Shakespeare. Includes images, helpful links, information on pronunciation and terminology, and even a joke!
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