Universes collide on Episode 10 of “Potterversity” as Ian Doescher discusses his Shakespearean retellings of “Star Wars” and how the Hogwarts founders could benefit from the same treatment.
Episode 45 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” uses literary alchemy to examine pairings in “Harry Potter”. What humoral symbolism exists between these couples?
The Hay Festival Digital schedule boasts a stellar list of Wizarding World alumni. Check out the panels and find out how you can participate for free!
Friends, Muggles, wizards, lend the Royal Shakespeare Company your ears! Wizarding World alumni are among the company members available to answer your questions about Shakespeare. Find out more about this Homework Help initiative!
Episode 33 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” takes on the complicated bad boy that is Draco Malfoy. Does he deserve scorn, pity, or some of both?
“It’s Just Like Waking Up, Right?”: “Crimes of Grindelwald”, Kipling, and Shakespeare’s Midsummer Dreaming
Dr. Beatrice Groves explores the links between Rowling’s wizarding world and the “Green World” in Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and examines how Kipling’s works influenced “Harry Potter”.
In honor of William Shakespeare’s birthday, Dr. Beatrice Groves explores the parallels between the characters in “Harry Potter” and “Henry IV, Part 1”.
The Royal Shakespeare Company is auctioning off costumes, including some worn by David Tennant (Barty Crouch, Jr.), to raise funds for its Stitch in Time campaign!
Are you a fan of “Harry Potter” and “Hamlet”? Do you enjoy the magic of spells and the magic of iambic pentameter?