Over the past two weeks, we looked at images of Shakespearean actors with costumes and props (see part one and part two). The images come from a 1900 book called the Shakespeare Rare Print Collection, edited by Seymour Eaton. These images help give a sense of what kinds of props they may have used at the time. This week, I am posting the final assortment of these images. Continue reading Even More Shakespearean Actors and Their Props
I’m driving down to North Carolina today for a week-long trip so I’ll have less time to blog this week.
So instead, I’ll open the conversation up to my readers. What’s the strangest prop you’ve ever had to build?
Leave a comment on my website!