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You just THOUGHT I was done with Coriolanus

I swear, I don’t go looking for these things, they just find me: Best Shakespeare productions: What’s your favourite Coriolanus? Obviously, I disagree with the writer’s conclusion. How I wish I had been able to see some of the others! Advertisements

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The Madness of Lady Macbeth

Lady Macbeth, Gabriel von Max (1885) Lady Macbeth’s mad midnight wanderings are certainly one of the more  enduring images of Macbeth, but, to me, they also evoke its biggest question.  What drives Lady Macbeth mad?  It is obvious from early … Continue reading

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More thoughts on Much Ado

Last week, I set out to review Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing, and that is what I did, but later that day, it occurred to me that I had never really taken the time to think critically about the … Continue reading

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