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Shakespeare and All Those ‘Big’ Questions: Introducing the Shakespeare and . . . project

Speaking after the bombings that took place at the Boston marathon, President Obama stated his determination to ‘get to the bottom’ of the atrocity and promised that those found to be responsible would ‘feel the full weight of justice’. The word ‘justice’ resounded each time I heard the sound bite in the days that followed; […]

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“What news on the Rialto?”

I have news this week from Cambridge UK, and Cambridge USA. James Stredder, author of the super book “The Northface of Shakespeare: Activities for Teaching the Plays” has just sent me some information about a conference taking place in September that will be of special interest to teachers. The three day interdisciplinary conference titled “Shakespeare: […]

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Shakespeare made Supple

Imagine an ordinary looking, low-ceilinged clothing shop. Clear it of all of its shop-fittings (except its changing rooms) and turn it into an empty performance space in the round. You’ll need to install four lighting stands, one in each corner. These also mark the entrances and exits. Along one side of the wall, there is […]

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