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Julius Caeser

Year of Shakespeare: Julius Caesar at the RSC

This post is part of Year of Shakespeare, a project documenting the World Shakespeare Festival, the greatest celebration of Shakespeare the world has ever seen.   Julius Caesar, RSC, dir. Gregory Doran, at the Theatre Royal, Newcastle, 19 July 2012 By Monika Smialkowska, University of Northumbria ‘Is this a holiday?’ (1.1.2) The question which Flavius asks of […]

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Ideal Home?

What kind of world would you most like to live in? Would you like a society that was rational, honourable, predictable, hardworking and logical? Or would you prefer a society that was changeable, sensual, emotional, hedonistic and hierarchical? Are you an Egyptian or a Roman at heart? When a set designer is working on a […]

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