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Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 5, No. 0768.  Sunday, 2 October 1994.
 
From:           Daniel Mufson <
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Date:           Saturday, 1 Oct 1994 12:00:53 -0400 (EDT)
Subject:        *Twelfth Night*
 
I'm working as dramaturg on a production of *Twelfth Night* at the Yale Rep,
and it is very early in the production process. I was wondering if I could get
feedback on any of the following questions:
 
        1. Are there certain things that *Twelfth Night* productions always
seem to wind up doing, things that you'd really like to see a new production
avoid?
 
        2. Could you recommend one or two of your favorite essays on *Twelfth
Night*, essays that altered your conception of the play or of one or more
characters?
 
        3. Have you seen any knock-out productions of *Twelfth Night* that I
should be sure to look at as part of a production history?
 
        4. Is there anything you've always wanted to see a *Twelfth Night*
production try to do, but haven't?
 
Broad questions. Answers of any length welcomed.
 
Thanks!
 
-Dan Mufson
Yale School of Drama
 

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