I'm trying to be much better about passing along the bits and bobs (and books and blocks) of Shakespeare that I find as I encounter them instead of several months or years after. That will mean that some posts will be much more informative than analytical, but I hope none of you will be offended by that. After all, this is a MicroBlog!
Today, I'm pointing you toward an episode of The Facts of Life I learned about from Shakespeare Geek's Twitter Feed. The housemother of a woman's boarding school returns to college to pursue an English major. She ends up in a Shakespeare class, and the professor decides to play a game he calls "The Renaissance Feud."
The premise is all right, but I'm not convinced that its working out is the best it could be. Still—there it is!
Links: The Episode at IMDB.