Hello there! This is Jacquelyn speaking, the Learning and Participation intern (or Education intern, which is slightly less correct but also less wordy) for summer 2018. Because I’m the first intern in this position since Courtney left last year, I think a review of the department is in order. Like most departments at the Shakespeare … Continue reading ‘Is not…learning..the spice and salt that season a man?’
. . . but I'm here to help your internship run as smoothly as possible. Alright you guys, welcome to the best internship in the world. Seriously. I can say this because I've done other internships, and this is by far the most rewarding one I've ever had. And not just because it's in England … Continue reading The course of [an internship] never did run smooth . . .
Hello! Lucky for you the intern train just keeps on coming! I am the other Brooke of the Brooke duo out of our lovely intern quartet. I answer to Toby, Brookie T, Brookie or just plain Brooke. No matter what if you say the name “Brooke” to our group of interns you will always have a … Continue reading There’s more??
See this? This is the Bonus Fry. It's the fry you inexplicably find at the bottom of your fast-food takeout bag after you've eaten your hamburger, ripped through every mini ketchup packet, and licked anything that is still remotely covered in salt. It's a gift from above. So maybe it's too lofty of a goal, but … Continue reading Who Am I? The Bonus Fry
Hello there! My name is Jacquelyn Dunn and I am the Learning and Education Intern for summer 2018. Like my fellow interns, I’ve been charged with the task of writing an intro about myself—which should be fun, right? Wrong. Because writing your own bio requires more self-reflection and personal awareness than is comfortable to engage … Continue reading Lend me your ears for an intern intro
Here we are, almost a month into this internship finally getting out some intros. As the biggest group of interns to come out to Stratford-upon-Avon and therefore having no excuse to not be getting blog posts done, we thank you for your patience. My least favorite day at the beginning of every college class is … Continue reading I know what I am, but know not what I may be.
Today is the birthday (...and death day) of one of the most influential men to ever live. (Hint: it's not Christopher Nolan, his birthday is July 30). This weekend we had the great honor and pleasure of attending the 454th birthday celebration for Mr. William Shakespeare. My entire internship experience has led up to this … Continue reading The Birthday Celebrations: Putting the “Shake” in Shakespeare
Everyone. One week from now, Kiri and I will have our last day here at the internship. Cue internal screaming. It's a testament, I think, to the joys of being on this internship that it all flies by so speedily. The thing that boggles my mind though, is that I know I expected this to … Continue reading Joy’s soul lies in the doing.
Imagine a world without Shakespeare. No more awkward, love-struck tweens singing along to Taylor Swift's "Love Story". Phrases like “All’s well that ends well,” “Dead as a doornail,” and even Sherlock’s “the game is afoot” would be lost. We wouldn't have rousing monologues like “to be or not to be” or the Saint Crispin’s Day … Continue reading Time goes on crutches till the next Shakespeare Week
One thing I wish I had known more about before starting this internship were the ins-and-outs of the projects that Digital Interns get up to - aka, I wanted to know less about “fancy official sounding terms fit for a CV” and more of “what will I actually be spending each of my days doing?” … Continue reading “This Our Life, Exempt from Public Haunt”: Life as a Digital Intern