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Qs: *TGV* Production; *Titus*
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0332.  Saturday, 22 April 1995.
 
(1)     From:   Peter John Still <
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        Date:   Thursday, 20 Apr 95 21:23:36 CST
        Subj:   2Gents Laird Williamson's production at San Diego Old Globe
 
(2)     From:   Jung Jimmy <
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        Date:   Friday, 21 Apr 95 10:38:00 PDT
        Subj:   Titus Andronicus
 
 
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From:           Peter John Still <
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Date:           Thursday, 20 Apr 95 21:23:36 CST
Subject:        2Gents Laird Williamson's production at San Diego Old Globe
 
Does anyone have recollections of/reactions to the above production?
 
I am passing on this request from Anne D'Zmura, who will be directing our
production out in Idaho, this summer.
 
Before anyone leaps in with reproaches akin to those conjured forth by the
Help-With-a-Term_Paper thread on the Theatre list, I would just like to state,
tongue only half in cheek, how important I feel it is for theatre-artists to be
familiar with - and to work from knowledge of - a shared body of work. Very,
very difficult in such a large country as this, but worth the attempt. After
two years here, I'm really feeling the contrast with, say, London.
 
- Peter John Still
 
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From:           Jung Jimmy <
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Date:           Friday, 21 Apr 95 10:38:00 PDT
Subject:        Titus Andronicus
 
Recently, an article in the Washington Post suggested that Titus Andronicus
was just an awful play.  I'd thought about reading it this summer, since it
seems unlikely that anyone will stage it.
 
Is it really that bad?
 
jimmy jung <
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