Read One Intro, Get Two Free

(Left to right: Maren, Grace, Amelia) GRACE LESTER What is your Meyer-Briggs personality type? INFP What book are you currently reading? I am currently reading A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking, of which the first fourteen pages have been quite good. What is your favourite movie? Say Anything. What is your favourite colour? … Continue reading Read One Intro, Get Two Free

Lend me your ears for an intern intro

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

I know what I am, but know not what I may be.

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.

[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

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: the one that exists just one week in to this new chapter … Continue reading What’s Past is Prologue: A Study in Yours Truly

What a piece of work is [Isaac]? (New Intern Intro)

Hello all! My name is Isaac Robertson. I am the newest BYU intern at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust; henceforth (or, at least, for the next three months), I will be running the blog and offering my own thoughts about the internship, Stratford, and living abroad. So, Buckle. Up. As I write this, I don't know … Continue reading What a piece of work is [Isaac]? (New Intern Intro)

‘Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in [Provo] anymore.’ – Living in Stratford-upon-Avon

Living in town so rich with history, tradition, and Shakespeare, there is never a lack of something to do. We have loved our time in this town and thought we would share some of our favorite things to do outside of work. One thing we quickly discovered was our love for taking walks. While this … Continue reading ‘Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in [Provo] anymore.’ – Living in Stratford-upon-Avon

The Digital Intern Gotham (Stratford) Deserves

Hello everyone! (I shouldn't be allowed to name my own posts, but there was a superhero theme, and I stuck with it!) This is Chelsea again, and I am writing this in conjunction with Courtney’s earlier post about her life as the Education Intern to tell you about what I do as the Digital Intern … Continue reading The Digital Intern Gotham (Stratford) Deserves

Can She Give A Concise Answer?: A Mystery in 20 Questions by Chelsea Lee

Reason I chose this internship: I am an English major with a love of Shakespeare. I plan on pursuing my PhD after I graduate from BYU, and one of the areas I am thinking about emphasizing in is Early Modern literature, so I thought this internship would be the perfect opportunity to immerse myself in … Continue reading Can She Give A Concise Answer?: A Mystery in 20 Questions by Chelsea Lee

Get to know me: A memoir in 20 questions by Courtney Miller

1.    Favorite Shakespeare Play: Macbeth 2.     Go to Netflix Show: Parks and Recreation or British Bake Off. It’s really a toss up depending on my mood. (Side note: neither of these shows are on Netflix in the UK, which is a truly devastating fact. However Parks and Recreation is on Amazon Prime here, so I am surviving, … Continue reading Get to know me: A memoir in 20 questions by Courtney Miller