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This US group was formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1978 by Steve Allen (guitar, vocals) and Ron Flynt (bass, vocals), two expatriate musicians from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Drummer Mike Gallo ...

John Witter

John Witter  

(fl. c.1600–20),a Londoner who married the actor Augustine Phillips's widow in 1606. By remarrying she forfeited her husband's share in the Globe, but five years later John Heminges, who ...
Arden edition

Arden edition  

A multi-volume edition of Shakespeare which first appeared under the General Editorship of W. J. Craig, from 1891 to 1906, then of R. H. Case, from 1906 to 1924. A plan to revise the original volumes ...
Borachio

Borachio  

Sponsored by Don John, schemes to make Hero appear unfaithful to Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing.Anne Button
Burdett-Coutts portrait

Burdett-Coutts portrait  

Half-length, oil, named after its early 20th-century owner Burdett-Coutts. Also known as the Felton portrait after its 19th-century owner, this representation was discovered in 1792 and was ...
Court, Alexander

Court, Alexander  

He is one of the soldiers who speaks to the disguised King Harry, Henry V 4.1.Anne Button
Lord Bigot

Lord Bigot  

He is one of the noblemen who discover Arthur's body and accuse Hubert, King John 4.3.Anne Button
Duke of Bourbon

Duke of Bourbon  

He is a bellicose French nobleman, mentioned as having been taken prisoner, Henry V 4.8.77.Anne Button
Angus

Angus  

A thane, announces Cawdor's lost thaneship in Macbeth 1.2.107–14 and marches against Macbeth in Act 5.Anne Button
Alice

Alice  

Catherine's gentlewoman in Henry V, teaches her English, 3.4, and interprets for King Harry and Catherine, 5.2.Anne Button
Constance, Lady

Constance, Lady  

She claims the throne for her son Arthur, and dies after his capture, King John 4.2.122.Anne Button
Old Athenian

Old Athenian  

He is the father of the woman that Lucilius wishes to marry, Timon of Athens 1.1.Anne Button
Family Shakespeare

Family Shakespeare  

The Revd Thomas Bowdler (1754–1825) published the 10-volume ‘Family Shakespeare’ in 1818 under his own name, completing the 20-play edition published anonymously by his sister in 1807. His stated ...
Robert Falconbridge

Robert Falconbridge  

He claims his father's estate on the grounds of his elder brother's illegitimacy, King John 1.1.Anne Button
Fear no more the heat o' the sun

Fear no more the heat o' the sun  

Spoken or sung by Guiderius and Arviragus in Cymbeline 4.2.259. Early settings are unknown, but the lyrics became popular with English composers in the 20th century, including Geoffrey Bush, ...
dramatic poetry, Shakespeare's

dramatic poetry, Shakespeare's  

In the 20 or 25 years of his theatrical career, Shakespeare produced 37 plays. All have survived on to modern stages; some are works of genius; and every one of ...
Friar John

Friar John  

Tells Friar Laurence that he has not delivered his letter to Romeo, Romeo and Juliet 5.2.Anne Button
Philip Rogers

Philip Rogers  

(fl. c. 1600–?10),an apothecary and dealer in tobacco, pipes, and ale who was Shakespeare's neighbour in Stratford. Between March and May of 1604 he bought 20 bushels of malt ...
Seleucus

Seleucus  

Cleopatra's treasurer, tells Caesar she has reserved some of her treasure for herself, Antony and Cleopatra 5.2.Anne Button
William Reynolds

William Reynolds  

(1575–1632/3)a Stratford landowner to whom Shakespeare left 26s. 8d. to buy a mourning ring.Stanley Wells
Love, love, nothing but love

Love, love, nothing but love  

Sung by Pandarus in Troilus and Cressida 3.1.111. The original music is unknown.Jeremy Barlow

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