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Is Shakespeare a piece of coal?
Is Shakespeare a piece of coal?

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When modernizing Shakespeare, what do you do with kings and queens? Nancy Bell takes a look at this in her latest post.
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An interesting post from Cass Morris about language devices and how they can change our view of a character.

"Shakespeare uses these devices to craft a character, but one that lives in the actor’s interpretation, not solely in what’s written on the page."
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"Divergent thinkers, however, see possibility. Their choices open up at each juncture, and often characters end up taking an entirely unplanned course thanks to random chance, accidents, or collision with another plotline. This is why, broadly speaking, comedies spiral out of control before their resolution, with the subplots twisting and twining into each other in a careening and unpredictable chain of causes-and-effects"

Read Cass Morris' latest Regulars post now!
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"For nearly two decades, Shakespeare has been my de-cruiter." - Stephan Wolfert
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“Whether as villains, comic figures, or counterpoints, the Welsh in Shakespeare are still an Other — not English”


- Cass Morris explores the Shakespeare’s brief fixation with the Welsh in her latest Regular’s post.
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"There are 798 male roles in Shakespeare. There are 149 female roles. This is a 16:3 ratio male to female."

Read Nancy Bell's post on women and Shakespeare.
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