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“The play’s the thing”

Back in April I posted a blog about a talented group of Italian students who devised their own take on ‘Romeo and Juliet’ – see http://bloggingshakespeare.com/i-talk-of-dreams During their stay in Stratford the students told me about their plan to tackle ‘Hamlet’ as their next theatrical venture.  I showed them some photos of past productions, and talked with […]

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“I talk of dreams”

I spent last week working with a lovely group of College students from Ivrea, Italy.  While all visiting groups from overseas tend to be excited by the prospect of a week working with Shakespeare’s plays right next to his birthplace in Stratford, this group was particularly energized because the trip had come to represent so […]

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