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"She was a magnet." Margaret Holloway’s talent for theater was clear. Then, mental illness and drug addiction came, and homelessness. Still, she kept performing on Connecticut’s streets, becoming “The Shakespeare Lady.”

When Daisies pied, and Violets blue,And Lady-smocks all silver-white,And Cuckoo-buds of yellow hue... Shakespeare

When Daisies pied, and Violets blue,And Lady-smocks all silver-white,And Cuckoo-buds of yellow hue... Shakespeare

"All wellness shows share at least one central enticement: the possibility of transformation. Hardly a new theme. Ovid’s Metamorphoses is written into the DNA of Western storytelling, from the 'sea change' of Shakespeare’s The Tempest to My Fair Lady."

In the old age black was not counted fair, But now is black beauty’s successive heir #Sonnet127  @Amanda__Wright  performs Shakespeare's Sonnet 127 (the first addressed towards his 'Dark Lady') as part of our #LoveinIsolation  series. Watch the series:

When Daisies pied, and Violets blue,And Lady-smocks all silver-white,And Cuckoo-buds of yellow hue... Shakespeare

When Daisies pied, and Violets blue,And Lady-smocks all silver-white,And Cuckoo-buds of yellow hue... Shakespeare

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Anyone who spent much time in downtown New Haven, CT over the last few decades likely met Margaret Holloway. Known to many as “The Shakespeare Lady,” she performed captivating monologues for passersby. Photo courtesy of @AtBennington 

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Margaret Holloway was known as “the Shakespeare Lady,” a striking woman in ragged clothing who recited dramatic monologues on the streets of New Haven for spare change. Few knew that she was a Yale graduate who had once had a promising future in theater.

Anyone who spent much time in downtown New Haven, CT over the last few decades likely met Margaret Holloway. Known to many as “The Shakespeare Lady,” she performed captivating monologues for passersby. Read more about the lives lost to COVID-19:

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FAIRIES (singing)   Nightingale, melodiously   Sing our sweet lullaby.   Lulla, lulla, lullaby, lulla, lulla, lullaby.   Let no harm   Or spell or charm   Come near our lovely lady.   Say good night with a lullaby. TITANIA falls asleep. ... William Shakespeare - -

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If you’re looking for something cheerful to watch tonight, Secret Scotland is on at 8pm on @channel5_tv . I stood at the Birnam Oak and got all Lady Macbeth dramatic. Now I await the call of the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Trump keeps insisting, like Tricky Dick did in ‘73, that the investigation was a “witch hunt.” As Shakespeare said, “The lady doth protest too much,” & Trump is the lady. #CultureOfCorruption  #ReleaseTheReport 

William Shakespeare was baptised #OnThisDay  in 1564. He inspired many artists, such as Henry FUSELI who painted this "Lady Macbeth".

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‘My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun’: Who was the ‘Dark Lady’ in #Shakespeare ’s sonnets?…

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