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The Reason for the Alias – Oxford’s Bisexuality and Elizabethan Theatre

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.

November Shakespeare News


Women in the Industry

Thanks to Carol Patton and Hartley Pleshaw for this great article in Imagine Magazine.


SHAKESPEARE DOCUMENTARY AWARDED GRANT Nothing is Truer than Truth, the Controversy Films documentary project about Shakespeare, has been awarded a grant by The De Vere Society. Based in England, The De Vere Society is dedicated to the proposition that the works currently attributed to Shakespeare were written by Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford. […]

Shakespeare Goes to Hollywood

Thanks very much to everyone who attended the “Shakespeare Goes to Hollywood” event and contributed to our Indie Go Go Finishing Campaign! I look forward to seeing many of you in Pasadena at the Eighth Annual Shakespeare Fellowship Shakespeare Oxford Society Joint Conference.

Nothing is Truer than Truth in Post Production

Thank you to everyone who helped make it possible for us to get to post-production. We are thrilled to announce that we have launched a new campaign for finishing funds. As key members of the NOTHING IS TRUER THAN TRUTH team, you are vital to the success of the project. We need your help to […]

Shakespeare the Writer

SHAKESPEARE THE WRITER By Cheryl Eagan-Donovan With this week’s release of Roland Emmerich’s biopic Anonymous, audiences around the world will get their first glimpse of the Seventeenth Earl of Oxford, also known as the Elizabethan poet and playwright Edward de Vere. The most controversial thing about the film is not that it presents Edward de […]


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 29, 2011 (Boston, Massachusetts) Contact: Cheryl Eagan-Donovan (781) 729-6204 SHAKESPEARE IN ITALY ON SCREEN Director Cheryl Eagan-Donovan recently returned from Italy where she and her crew were filming on location for the new Controversy Films feature length documentary, Nothing is Truer than Truth. The film is currently in post-production and a […]

Preview Screening at Shakespeare Authorship Conference

We are very pleased to announce that we will be screening a PREVIEW of NOTHING IS TRUER THAN TRUTH at the Shakespeare Authorship Conference in Washington D.C. on Saturday October 15th. For more on the conference, go to Join the discussion and show your support for Brunel University’s MA in Authorship Studies Program:


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 2, 2011 (Boston, Massachusetts) Contact: Cheryl Eagan-Donovan (781) 729-6204 SHAKESPEARE IN VENICE A fundraising preview party, Carnivale in Venice, will take place on April 13th at Oberon in Cambridge, MA. The event will include a Venetian Carnivale celebration and masque, guest DJ, dancing, clips from the work in progress, and a […]