Shakespeare Solved® versions of these plays solve the mysteries surrounding them by taking us back in time to see the plays as they were performed for the first time in history.
This blog explains these new versions, and explores the life and times of Shakespeare, in order to build support for my new TV series versions of the plays.
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Friday, June 8, 2012
I Could Never BASE Jump
That's not me. But I do like the quote from the article "Hd apparently believes that anything truly worth doing is never easy." I can relate to that.
As you can probably tell from the posts here on my blog, I like people who see things differently and people who discover things.
Because when I started down the path that leads me here, writing a blog to you, to share with you my adaptations of Shakespeare, I felt like I was the only one who could see Shakespeare from the point of view of Shakespeare's audience -- the audience he had when he wrote his plays. That was the discovery I made, and I was so eager to share that way of seeing with you.
So, while I will probably never BASE jump -- I took a leap of faith several years ago that was frightening at the beginning but has transformed into a vey exciting and happy ride.
At the moment, the number of people who are seeing this blog, liking the Shakespeare Solved Facebook page, following Shakespeare Solved on Twitter, and buying the books online, is growing much faster than I had hoped.
Thank you to all of you, the ever-growing family of fellow discoverers who are starting to see Shakespeare in an entirely different way.
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