Celebration Quotation – April 30, 2016

Today’s quote is from Timon of Athens: Do you agree with the sentiment behind the line?  Does offering mercy and forgiveness actually make it more likely that crimes will be committed? This is a subject of great interest to… Read More

Celebration Quotation – April 11, 2016

Today’s quotation is from Timon of Athens: Although Timon is not one of our favorite plays, we like this line – it’s a good reminder that the best measure of your life is not what you have, but what… Read More

Celebration Quotation – March 13, 2016

Today’s quote is from Timon of Athens: The drawing is a rendering of a scene from the play by English artist Henry Corbould (1787-1844.)   Shakespeare’s Greek and Roman plays would have been of particular interest to Corbould –… Read More

Celebration Quotation – January 30, 2016

Today’s quote is from Timon of Athens: Timon is one of those “problem” plays that make it one of the least often produced in the canon – with unexplained plot developments, characters that seem to be there for… Read More

Celebration Quotation – January 15, 2016

Today’s quote comes from Timon of Athens: When we can’t find a great image of a particular character or moment in a play to go along with these quotations, we look instead for an interesting portrait of the… Read More