Twelfth Night and the Gender Spectrum

Disclaimer: I consider myself to be an ally to the LGTBQ+ community, but I am a cis-gendered woman. I have spent a good deal of time thinking about how to present this topic without unintentionally offending anyone. I am still learning and understanding, so please forgive any transgressions I make. I welcome constructive criticism in... Continue Reading →

Twelfth Night Part 3

It’s been awhile! For an update on what’s been going on with me, read to the end of this blog, but first let’s finish some Twelfth Night! If you need a refresher on the rest of the play, click here for part 1 and here for part 2. Act IV, Scene 1 Sebastian is getting... Continue Reading →

Twelfth Night Part 2

Act II, Scene 4 Orsino longs to hear the song he heard the night before because it managed to relieve the pain of his unrequited love. Unfortunately, it was the Clown that sang it and he isn’t at Orsino’s house; he’s at Olivia’s house. Orsino sends Curio to fetch the Clown, but in the meantime... Continue Reading →

Twelfth Night Part 1

Act I, Scene 1 Duke Orsino wants to hear music to fuel his passionate love and hopefully kill it through excess. (Yeah, that’s how that works) Just kidding, he doesn’t want to hear any music. It doesn’t make him as happy as before. Orsino reflects on the ever-shifting nature of love, which may remind us... Continue Reading →

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