“Fare ye well: Thou hast years upon thee”

It hardly seems possible, but 2014 is already drawing to a close. The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog, and the results were pretty interesting.

Some of our most popular posts were our MLitt/MFA thesis festival liveblogs, an exploration of Horatio’s bizarre appearance in Romeo and Julietthe defense of enjambment, and a celebration of St. David’s Day. I’m pretty tickled that scansion and textual variants caught our readers’ interests so strongly! We aim, as ever, to make the esoteric applicable.

Coming up in 2015, we’ll have more liveblogs from the thesis festival as well as full coverage of the 8th Blackfriars Conference. Just like in 2013, we’ll aim to have someone blogging from every plenary and colloquy session, as well as our wake-up workshops and other special events. Throughout the year, we’ll feature some more guest posts from teachers, more glimpses into the ASC Theatre Camp, and more previews from the Playhouse Insider, more scansion, more rhetoric, more history, more of everything that goes into playmaking here at the ASC.

What was your favorite ASC Education blog post of 2014? What would you like to see us blog more about in 2015?

–Cass Morris, Academic Resources Manager