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To Each Their Own (2nd Edition): A Comedie in the Shakespearean style [Kindle Edition]

GregRobin Smith
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Book Description

To Each Their Own is a modern-writ comedy in the style of the Theatre of Elizabeth I, written with a scholar's research and a modern Shakespearean actor's wit. It includes many of the elements we like seeing in Shakespeare (sassy servants, pompous Noblemen, love-at-first-sight, shipwrecks, magic, fights, sacrifice and slapstick) and language that conveys much more than single emotions.
Useable as a teaching text giving insights into the playwriting methods of Shakespeare and his contemporaries, it also includes the full script of the play developed following the methods possibly used by those same period playwrights mentioned above.

Product Details

  • File Size: 701 KB
  • Print Length: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Washington Shakespeare Festival Press; 2nd edition (March 9, 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IZ66ES8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,914,694 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars My Brother Wrote This! June 24, 2014
By Susan
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GregRobin amazes me. He was our mascot for Girl Scouts, the entertainer at home, and now this goofy kid is a terrifically talented author, singer, performer, Sir Brand in SCA and he is still my goofy wonderful brother. Do I have to say it...I am very proud of him and all his accomplishments. A proud sister, Susan
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More About the Author

GregRobin Smith's work as a writer, educator, performer and fundraiser goes back over 35 years and includes work fundraising with his one-man show on Benjamin Franklin, teaching hands-on History classes to thousands of students, touring, consulting, lecturing and an occasional foray into being practical. Despite that, to examine the mindset of an Elizabethan poet, he wrote over 2,000 sonnets and posted many on-line. That's how New Zealand screenwriter Guy Hamling discovered GregRobin's work and asked him to translate Hamling's script 'VERONA' into Shakespearean English. That relationship inspired To Each Their Own

Interviewed by LA Screenwriting Consultant Pilar Alessandra (OnThePage.tv) and Shakespeare scholar Ehren Ziegler (InYourEarShakespeare.com) for his skills in 'Writing in an Historical Voice', his interest in things Elizabethan continues - (WaShakespeare.org).

He frequently Tweets story ideas (Twitter.com/POBox_TheBronx)
and is a representative of The Showcase of Fundraising Innovation & Inspiration (www.sofii.org). He is a member of The National Writers Union and Northwest Screenwriters Guild.

His long-time sponsors are
The Interactive History Co. (InteractiveHistory.net)
and Hardwick & Sons, Inc. (eHardwicks.com)

Information on his other works can be found at Ben-Franklin.org and WaShakespeare.org

GregRobin lives in the Seattle-ish area with his wife - writer, artist, musician, educator, and editor - Cymbric Early-Smith, & Zephyr Z. Cat. When Cymbric likes his words, he is happy.


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