2015 Play On Reading Challenge

Play-Challenge

JANUARY – APRIL 2015

hosted by Half-Filled Attic

see here more info to sign up

Rules:

  • The challenge will run for four months, beginning from January 2015.
  • Each month, there will be a monthly theme.
  • A master post will be published shortly before the challenge begins.
  • Participants are expected to read and post a review each month, and post it in the upcoming Master Post.

January: Ancient Plays, including Greek and Roman plays
February: Renaissance Plays, including Shakespeare and his contemporaries
March: Post-Renaissance Plays, anything post Renaissance is allowed. Wilde and Shaw are very welcome
April: Freebie Plays, if you find any particular playwright interesting during the 3 months, feel free to read another of his/her plays. Or if you want to experiment with other genre or other playwright, you are in.


Here is my list for this challenge:

  1. Ancient PlayPrometheus Bound by Aeschylus
  2. Renaissance Play: Endymion, the Man in the Moon by John Lyly
  3. Post-Renaissance Play: The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
  4. Freebie Play: The Normal Heart by Larry Kramer & Joseph Papp
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