Discreet Upgrade

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I finalized a customization of WordPress to match the approved design of San Jose Youth Shakespeare’s home. After the play run I will remove the /bard/ path. For now the site relies on .htaccess redirection. The old flat files still exist and are valid. The several forms on the site are not responsive to PDA …

IE8

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www.youthshakes.org had compatibility issues with older browsers known for compatibility issues… until last night, I believe. I modified the static pages overnight so that IE8 displays content as intended! AOL’s browser still has oversized navigation menu text but otherwise is quite functional. Hopefully I did not successfully break other browser access 🙂 I did test …

WhoHarps as Juliet

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http://www.youthshakes.org/bard/ San Jose Youth Shakespeare’s 2013 Season Begins with Romeo and Juliet Now that San Jose Youth Shakespeare has read through the upcoming season of plays, rehearsals are beginning for Romeo and Juliet, which will be performed at The Historic Hoover Theatre May 1st through May 5th. WhoHarps has been given the opportunity to perform …

WhoHarps by The Obsessive Sketcher

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I enjoyed catching glimpses of Suhita Shirodkar, The Obsessive Sketcher, in action at the San Jose Youth Shakespeare December 1 preview of A Christmas Carol performed at Whole Foods Market on Blossom Hill. She blogged her work at sketchaway.wordpress.com Here is WhoHarps in watercolor at The Obsessive Sketcher’s flickr page.

The Tuning of the Squaw

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The boy told us that he found a Shakespeare book on the shelf, and read half of it (though he confessed that he didn’t understand it). It was “The Tuning of the Squaw.” He said he thought that Bianca and Kate could play Bianca and Kate. Also, even though Dominic is good at playing drunk …