Notes from a Journey
Talking Shakespeare is a collection of essays on Shakespeare’s plays and politics and their impact in the world today. Originally given as provocative talks on Shakespeare at some of the most prestigious universities, conferences, and theatres around the world, they reflect on the author’s more than thirty-year career as a producer, director and educator. The essays provide a unique and personal look into multiple aspects of Shakespeare’s world—and ours.
I would like to thank my friends and colleagues on the Board of the Los An- geles Branch of the English Speaking Union (Jason Hayes, President), and my friends and colleagues on the Board of the Friends of Goethe, the supporting organization of the Goethe Institut of Los Angeles (Dr. Michael Odenheimer, President) for their support in the publication of this volume. I have been in- volved with both of these organizations since the late 1980s, about the same time as I began giving the talks in this volume. I am thrilled that their support now, as then, allows me to bring this work to a wider audience. Thank you.
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