Taming of the Shrew Part 3

Act IV, Scene 1 Grumio tries to start a fire as he grumbles about how Petruchio is mistreating him. Another servant, Curtis, comes in to see what all the grumbling is about. Grumio asks him to start a fire, but Curtis is too interested in Katherine and other updates. Grumio explains that Katherine used to … Continue reading Taming of the Shrew Part 3

Taming of the Shrew Part 2

Act II, Scene 1 Bianca, with her hands bound, asks Katherine to let her go and she will do whatever Katherine asks. Katherine asks her which suitor she loves more. Bianca insists she hasn't felt a special connection to anyone yet. Katherine asks if she like Hortensio better. Bianca tells Katherine she can have Hortensio. … Continue reading Taming of the Shrew Part 2

Taming of the Shrew Part 1

Induction, Scene 1 Christopher Sly drunkenly argues with the hostess of an ale house as she throws him out of her bar. She wants him to pay for the glasses he broke, but he refuses. He quickly passes out just outside the door. A Lord comes by with his hunting party. He comments on the … Continue reading Taming of the Shrew Part 1

Midsummer Night’s Dream Part 2

Everyone wakes up, the lovers all get married and a play is performed. Act IV, Scene 1 Titania and her fairies are doting on Bottom, who is taking full advantage of the situation. He asks to be scratched and then for the honey bag off of a bee (because that's not crazy hard) and then … Continue reading Midsummer Night’s Dream Part 2

Midsummer Night’s Dream Part 1

Act I, Scene 1 Theseus, the Duke of Athens, prepares for his wedding to Hippolyta. He is thrilled to have won such a woman and commands the entire kingdom to celebrate. This is when Egeus drags in his daughter, Hermia. She has it in her head that she can marry the man she loves, Lysander, … Continue reading Midsummer Night’s Dream Part 1

Love’s Labors Lost Part 2

The exciting conclusion of Love's Labors Lost! Will everyone find love? Or will it be lost? Who knows?! Act IV, Scene 3 Biron is still struggling with the fact that he is in love. He is in utter turmoil over it, but still he thinks of Rosaline. He loves her so much that he is … Continue reading Love’s Labors Lost Part 2

Love’s Labors Lost Part 1

So much rhetoric, so little plot Act I, Scene 1 The King of Navarre, in an effort to make his kingdom a center of the intellectual world, has decreed that he and his court swear to study and only study for three full years. As his comrades prepare to swear this oath, Biron argues that … Continue reading Love’s Labors Lost Part 1

Two Gentlemen of Verona Acts III, IV, and V

Proteus is the WORST! Act III, Scene 1 Proteus address the Duke and tells him all about Valentine's plan to steal away his daughter in the night. The Duke reprimands himself for not putting a stop to this love affair earlier. He resigns to banishing Valentine. Proteus, still feigning loyalty to a friends, asks that … Continue reading Two Gentlemen of Verona Acts III, IV, and V

Two Gentlemen of Verona Acts I and II

Proteus is in love with love. Act I, Scene 1 Valentine teases his friend Proteus for giving up on adventure because of love. Proteus tells him to think of him during his travels because Proteus will be keeping Valentine in his prayers. Valentine can't see the benefits of love. He thinks it is a foolish … Continue reading Two Gentlemen of Verona Acts I and II

Comedy of Errors Act V

The one and only scene... Angelo apologizes to the other merchant for delaying his travels but swears that he gave Antipholus the chain and can't comprehend why he denies it now. The merchant is surprised to learn that Antipholus is so well regarded in the city. He is even more surprised when Antipholus S walks … Continue reading Comedy of Errors Act V