Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Westward ho!

Several Oberon members are heading west this week to attend and present at the annual Shakespeare Fellowship/Shakespeare Oxford Society conference in Ashland, Oregon. The conference was heralded in the local press with an article by reviewer Bill Varble that appeared today in the Ashland Daily Tidings and the Mail Tribune. Varble said:
On a day in mid May of 1575, a powerful 25-year-old English nobleman named Edward de Vere landed in Venice in northern Italy. One of the foremost cultural and mercantile cities in the world, Venice would be the young man's base for almost a year and a half of travels, after which he would return to England, where, according to some, he spent the rest of his years producing the works of Shakespeare.
Read the entire article, "Who wrote Shakespeare?at:

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