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RE: Rose-Globe Update; Q: Teaching; R: *TGV*
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 159. Thursday, 2 July 1992.
 
 
(1)	From: 	Jay L. Halio <
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	Date:	Wednesday, July 1, 1992, 12:33:33 -0400
	Subj: 	Re:  SHK 3.0153  Rose and Globe Sites Update
 
(2)	From: 	Constance C. Relihan <
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	Date: 	Wednesday, July 1, 1992, 13:09 CST
	Subj: 	Teaching Shakespearean Drama and Modern Adaptations
 
(3)	From: 	Luc Borot <ELI16@FRMOP22.BITNET>
	Date: 	Wednesday, July 1, 1992, 21:38
	Subj: 	Re: SHK 3.0154  Q: Productions of *Two Gentlemen of Verona*
 
 
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From: 		Jay L. Halio <
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Date:		Wednesday, July 1, 1992, 12:33:33 -0400
Subject: 3.0153  Rose and Globe Sites Update
Comment: 	Re:  SHK 3.0153  Rose and Globe Sites Update
 
Just a note to correct the statement that the first Globe is being re-
constructed. Actually, it is the second Globe (1613) that is being re-
built, since information on it is better available.  But I'm sorry that
so little of the Rose Theatre excavation is accessible--I suppose because
"Rose Court" remains unoccupied. Anchor Terrace, in the Register of
Historical Houses, is what prevents more work being done on the Globe
excavation, I believe.
						Jay L. Halio
 
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From: 		Constance C. Relihan <
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Date: 		Wednesday, July 1, 1992, 13:09 CST
Subject: 	Teaching Shakespearean Drama and Modern Adaptations
 
A colleague and I are in the early stages of planning to team-teach a
course that will pair some of Shakespeare's plays with twentieth-century
revisions/adaptations/appropriations, so it seemed only natural to see if
any members of SHAKSPER have any advice or suggestions. I'd be interested in
hearing from anyone who has taught (or contemplated) such a course.
 
--Thanks for your help.
 
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From: 		Luc Borot <ELI16@FRMOP22.BITNET>
Date: 		Wednesday, July 1, 1992, 21:38
Subject: 3.0154  Q: Productions of *Two Gentlemen of Verona*
Comment: 	Re: SHK 3.0154  Q: Productions of *Two Gentlemen of Verona*
 
The 2 Gents were at the Swan in Stratford for the 1991 season, directed
by D. Thacker, unless I'm wrong. I'll try to post the review *Cahiers
Elisabethains* published about it. What I cannot post is the pictures,
particularly that of Richard Moore, playing Launce with his very
expressive dog.
 
Luc Borot <ELI16@FRMOP22>
 

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