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LA Comedy: Miss Kitty Fairlane in LA – Shakespeare Revisited

The works of William Shakespeare have been performed more than that of any other playwright, but no one has ever delivered the famous line from Romeo and Juliet quite like Miss Kitty Fairlane does in this episode.  Truthfully, Miss Kitty’s version is probably closer to how Juliette would have said the line had it been reality and not fiction!

Her monologue from Shakespeare’s Winter’s Tale is done in a way that only Miss Kitty Fairlane can do.

All of this takes place on the historic Shakespeare Bridge in Franklin Hills, which is rumored to have been used in the classic movie, the Wizard of Oz.  She also takes us below the bridge to see the Shakespeare Gardens.

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About William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare is not only considered the greatest writer in the English language, he is also the best-selling fiction author of all time with over 4 billion copies of his work sold.

William Shakespeare was born April 26th 1564.  He was an English poet, playwright and actor.  He has often been called England’s national poet.  An extremely prolific writer, his works include 39 plays and 154 sonnets.  His plays have been translated into every language and have been performed more than those of any other playwright.

He married Anne Hathaway at the age of 18 and had three children, Susanna, and twins Hamlet and Judith.  Little is known about his private life which has left him open to having other cast their image of what they wish he was into their writings about him.  We’ll pass on that.  He was a brilliant writer, that’s enough for us to know!

He produced most of his known works between 1589 and 1613.  He retired to Stratford, where he died three years later on April 23, 1616.

The Shakespeare Bridge is a gothic style concrete bridge built in the Franklin Hills neighborhood in Los Angeles and named after the playwright.

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