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.
Introduction: “To be new made when thou art old:” Shakespeare, Sam Wanamaker, and Me
INTRODUCTION “To be new made when thou art old:” Shakespeare, Sam Wanamaker, and Me (This talk was given at the Arts Club of Chicago, May 6, 2015) I fear that, like Shakespeare’s most notorious villains— Iago, Aaron, or even Richard III— I have lu...
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