Monthly Archives: December 2012

“Men have died from time to time, and worms have eaten them, but not for love.”

As You Like It Act Four By Dennis Abrams ————————————— Act Four:  Rosalind/Ganymede has convinced Orlando to take a more realistic view of love, but complicates things still further by taking on the personality of Rosalind while still dressed as … Continue reading

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“But what talk we of fathers when there is such a man as Orlando?”

As You Like It Act Three By Dennis Abrams ————————– Act Three:  Orlando is pining away for love, leaving poems about Rosalind throughout the forest.  When Rosalind appears with one such poem, Celia teasingly reveals who the poet is; when … Continue reading

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“All the world’s a stage,/And all the men and women merely players.”

As You Like It Act Two By Dennis Abrams ———————————— Act Two:  Word quickly spreads of the cousins’ disappearance, and Duke Frederick recruits Oliver to join in the search.  Hearing that his brother intends to kill him, Orlando flees.  In … Continue reading

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“Now we go in content/To liberty, and not to banishment.”

As You Like It Act One By Dennis Abrams ——————————————– MAJOR CHARACTERS Duke Senior, deposed and living in banishment in the forest of Arden Rosalind, Duke Senior’s daughter (later disguised as Ganymede) Amiens and Jaques, Lords attending on Duke Senior … Continue reading

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