Controversy Films presents Nothing is Truer than Truth Celebrating Shake-speare’s Birthday, 2014 Tony Award Nominations, The Independent Film Festival Boston, Shakespeare’s Dictionary? and more… NOTHING IS TRUER THAN TRUTH screens in Portland on Edward De Vere’s birthday The rough cut screening of NOTHING IS TRUER THAN TRUTH at the 18th annual Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre […]
Controversy Films presents Nothing is Truer than Truth Shakespeare in Portland, Washington D.C., London, Boston, and more… Nothing is Truer than Truth special preview screening at the Shakespeare Authorship Research Center Conference at Concordia University on Saturday April 12th We are very excited to announce that we have been invited to present a preview of […]
Cheryl Eagan-Donovan talks with Here Booky Booky blog about her past work, Nothing Truer Than Truth, the value of learning screenwriting skills, and the screenwriting process. Read the full interview here.
From Catherine Elcik for Grub Street, some discoveries through a screenwriting workshop from Cheryl Eagan-Donovan about how screenwriting differs from other genres yet can also help feed your craft and even act as a blueprint for a novel. Read the full article here.
Controversy Films presents Nothing is Truer than Truth Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman, upcoming Shakespeare conferences, study Shakespeare in Italy, and more…
From Sara Letourneau for Grub Street, a look at some key takeaways from Cheryl Eagan-Donovan’s “Character Development Intensive” workshop. Read the full article here.
Controversy Films presents Nothing is Truer than Truth Mark Rylance, Ian McKellen, and Patrick Stewart take Broadway by storm, Diane Paulus creates a Tempest, Sir Derek speaks out, Shakspere’s Signature? and much more news… A look at TWELFTH NIGHT and RICHARD III on Broadway I had the great privilege of seeing Mark Rylance in Twelfth […]
The Reason for the Alias – Oxford’s Bisexuality and Elizabethan Theater
The evidence for Edward de Vere’s bisexuality as it relates to the pseudonym “Shakespeare,” the use of pseudonyms by gay and bisexual writers to protect their identities, and the history of Elizabethan and late twentieth-century theater in the context of social mores about gender identity and sexuality.
SHAKESPEARE NEWS NOV2013
Thanks to Carol Patton and Hartley Pleshaw for this great article in Imagine Magazine.