[Clever Shakespeare Reference]: An Intro to an Intern

Hello, my name is Kiri Case, and I’m the new Development Intern for the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. I like to keep things short and sweet (they don’t call me Kiri “Brief” Case for nothing*). So I’ll try to keep this introduction to the point: I’m from Utah, my favorite color is green, my spirit animal … Continue reading [Clever Shakespeare Reference]: An Intro to an Intern

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What’s Past is Prologue: A Study in Yours Truly

"What's past is prologue," says Antonio from Shakespeare's The Tempest, and I must say I have to agree. So, in the spirit of considering Shakespeare's words as laws by which we must govern our lives, I am here to give you my prologue just one week in to this new chapter of my life. Yes, … Continue reading What’s Past is Prologue: A Study in Yours Truly

I like this place, and could willingly waste my time in it: Trust Interviews

Over the past few weeks, I organized and carried out interviews with some of the people of the Trust, in the Digital, Education, and Development teams. These are the people with whom I work the closest, and they have become some of my greatest friends. I hope that they can give a good idea of … Continue reading I like this place, and could willingly waste my time in it: Trust Interviews

O Mistress Mine, Where Are You Rome-ing?: A Solo Travel Guide

Last week, I went on holiday to Italy (thanks to my wonderful internship), and it was incredible. I began my trip in Rome, journeyed to Florence, and completed my trip in the Cinque Terre. I traveled alone, which had its own benefits and drawbacks. Consequently, this week, you get to hear my thoughts about travel, … Continue reading O Mistress Mine, Where Are You Rome-ing?: A Solo Travel Guide

Double, Double Toil and Trouble: Digital Internship Projects

I am often asked by friends and adoring fans, "What exactly do you do there at . . . the place that you are?" (Note that by often, I really mean that a few people asked me that at the beginning of my internship and that I haven't heard it since). Regardless, today, adoring fans, … Continue reading Double, Double Toil and Trouble: Digital Internship Projects

Sit by my side, and let the world slip: First Impressions & Overview

I've now been here for a month, so perhaps "first impressions" is a misnomer, but I wanted to give an overview of the whole experience before describing each section in more depth. Perhaps a more accurate title would be, "the first 1,000 impressions." My very first impressions of Stratford came while I visited here on … Continue reading Sit by my side, and let the world slip: First Impressions & Overview