The Thing About The Play’s The Thing

Link: Royal Shakespeare Company – The Play’s The Thing


I’ll admit that I’ve never really cared much for Shakespeare. However, after being in his very hometown for three weeks, I’ve begun to understand just how important he was on many levels. In regards to his influence on theatre, our visit to The Play’s The Thing at the Royal Shakespeare Company was especially insightful.

The Play’s The Thing is an exhibit that takes you through the history of the Company. It is a small exhibit, but the thing is that it’s jam-packed with colorful, interactive displays. It seems like the exhibit is meant mostly for kids…perfect for me and Kyle 😉

Royal Shakespeare Company - The Play's The Thing Exhibit Royal Shakespeare Company - The Play's The Thing Exhibit Royal Shakespeare Company - The Play's The Thing Exhibit - Costumes on display Royal Shakespeare Company - The Play's The Thing Exhibit

Royal Shakespeare Company - The Play's The Thing Exhibit - Virtual Costume Closet
Kyle feels pretty, oh so pretty! Trying on costumes in the Magic Costume Mirror.
Royal Shakespeare Company - The Play's The Thing Exhibit
Suiting up for my big debut in the dressing room.
Royal Shakespeare Company - The Play's The Thing Exhibit
Kyle playing Hamlet (and failing miserably) “alongside” actor Ewart James Walters.
Royal Shakespeare Company - The Play's The Thing Exhibit - Holographic Romeo and Juliet
Holographic Romeo and Juliet

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Many thanks to the Royal Shakespeare Company for giving us complimentary admission to The Play’s The Thing exhibit in exchange for exposure to our online audience.

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