Latest Rosalind Stories

2008-10-10 18:00:22

By Christopher Blank Lovers of Shakespeare's plays know that there is a big difference between productions put on by well-intentioned people and those put on by trained experts. Ambition is one thing, aptitude another. The promise of the Tennessee Shakespeare Company, a new group in Germantown founded by professional Shakespearean actor Dan McCleary, is the stuff that local theatergoers' dreams are made of. McCleary's long-term vision is an annual outdoor Shakespeare production - a...

2008-08-01 21:00:25

By JENNA SCHERER "AS YOU LIKE IT" Presented by Commonwealth Shakespeare on Boston Common, Tuesday night, through Sunday. "All the world's a stage," indeed - especially when you're outdoors. And it was the sky's own dramatics that stole the show the first two times I saw "As You Like It" on the Common recently. But when the rain and thunder finally let Commonwealth Shakespeare be, Steven Maler's production proved bright enough to give off its own light. Shakespeare's middle-period...

2008-07-31 12:00:44

By IRIS FANGER Theater review The Forest of Arden has been set down in the midst of the Boston Common with much more than "a hey and a ho and a hey nonino," in a near-perfect production of "As You Like It," this summer's offering of Free Shakespeare. Now if only the weather will cooperate, the good citizens of Boston and surrounding towns, not to mention the tourists flooding the city, can watch Rosalind and Orlando circle each other in their love-drenched mating rites through Sunday....

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2004-10-19 04:45:41

Uranus' moon Rosalind -- Rosalind is a moon of Uranus. It was named after the daughter of the banished Duke in William Shakespeare's play As You Like It. Other than its size and orbit, virtually nothing is known about it. ----- Discovery Discovered by Voyager 2 Discovered in 1986 Orbital characteristics Mean radius 69927 km Eccentricity 0.00009 Orbital period 0.55846d Inclination 0.28 Physical characteristics Equatorial diameter ~72 km Surface area km2...

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