Tag Archives: Tamora
Peacham drawing

How did they (choose costumes) in Titus Andronicus

It may surprise you to know that Shakespeare’s plays were performed mostly in modern dress.  By which I mean dress modern to him. We know this because of one of the most interesting historical artifacts to have survived and that is the Peacham drawing. It is the only surviving image of a Shakespeare play in performance from […]

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Tamora encouraging her son's to rape Lavinia

Shakespeare’s Villains – Tamora

  This series on Shakespeare’s villains is being done in partnership with Finding Shakespeare – curating digital stories relating to Shakespeare’s life,  work and times.  Finding Shakespeare is the blog produced by the Collections Team here at The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust– you can find out more about Tamora on Thursday 14th July when they post their blog. […]

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