Author Archives: Pete Orford

The Tempest @ Shakespeare’s Globe, 2013

The Tempest, directed by Jeremy Herrin, Shakespeare’s Globe, 6 August 2013. Review by Pete Orford This was a troublingly untroubling production. With a group of students in tow, I had primed them all on key themes and characteristics to look for in the drama, not least the colonial echoes in Prospero’s enslavement of Caliban. How would […]