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Trumping Shakespeare: Donald Trump, Boris Johnson, and the Rise of the Clown Politician

Trumping Shakespeare: Donald Trump, Boris Johnson, and the Rise of the Clown Politician By Paul Hamilton (This post was originally published as part of the Kingston Shakespeare Seminars) In a May 26, 2016 Los Angeles Times article, entitled“The theater of Trump: What Shakespeare can teach us about the Donald”, theater critic Charles McNulty undergoes what […]

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Shakespeare’s Clowns

Another guest blog from Andrew Cowie (who is holding the blogging fort whilst I get our new web pages up and running!) My friend Ira Seidenstein is a professional clown. He’s also a fine Shakespearean actor, a combination which might seem incongruous today but which Shakespeare himself would have taken for granted. Clowning is more […]

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