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Timon of Athens

Year of Shakespeare: Timon of Athens

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. Timon of Athens, bremer shakespeare company, Dir. Sebastian Kautz, 1 June 2012 at The Globe, London By Emily Oliver, Shakespeare Institute “WARNING: THIS PRODUCTION CONTAINS MALE NUDITY.” The sign, greeting visitors on their […]

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Shakespeare and Revolutionary Sex!

It might seem odd to think about Shakespeare in relation to Richard Wagner, but the nineteenth-century German dramatist read Shakespeare during his formative years, pointing to him as one of his three big influences (the other two being the Greek tragedians and Beethoven). He also made an opera of Measure for Measure, Das Liebesverbot (“The […]

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