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Re: Cleopatra's Age; Calling Hamlets
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0566.  Wednesday, 19 July 1995.
 
(1)     From:   Nicholas Ranson <R1NR@AKRONVM>
        Date:   Tuesday, 18 Jul 95 15:34:53 EDT
        Subj:   Re: SHK 6.0559  Re: Branagh; Films
 
(2)     From:   Tom Loughlin <
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        Date:   Wednesday, 19 Jul 95 09:35:47 EDT
        Subj:   Re:Qs: Calling Hamlets
 
 
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From:           Nicholas Ranson <R1NR@AKRONVM>
Date:           Tuesday, 18 Jul 95 15:34:53 EDT
Subject: 6.0559  Re: Branagh; Films
Comment:        Re: SHK 6.0559  Re: Branagh; Films
 
Most classical authorities cite Cleopatra as 39 at her death, I think, though
mid 60s is also a fascinating age, I suspect. I saw Judi Dench's Cleopatra at
the National, and she was the most compelling of any, and somewhat over 40.
Nick.
 
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From:           Tom Loughlin <
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Date:           Wednesday, 19 Jul 95 09:35:47 EDT
Subject:        Re:Qs: Calling Hamlets
 
A correction to the note below - the correct e-mail address for Mr. Gonta is

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 .  There is NO Space between "inky" and "cloak", as Bill
thought.  Sorry for the error and the trouble.
 
> I am currently in the midst of rehearsal for the Shakespeare in Delaware Park
> (Buffalo NY) production of *Hamlet*, which opens July 25 and runs for three
> weeks (dark Mondays).  Our Hamlet, Bill Gonta, has asked me to write to you
> because he would like to correspond with anyone on the list who has *played*
> Hamlet on stage.  He'd just like to pick your brains about your experiences
> playing the role in an attempt to gain further insight.  If there's anyone ou
> there who's played Hamlet and would be interested in talking with Bill, you
> write to him at the following e-mail address:  inky 
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  (he tells m
> the space between "inky" and "cloak" is correct).  PLEASE correspond with him
> directly, as he is not subscribed to SHAKSPER at the moment.  If there are an
> problems contacting him, please contact me at my e-mail address below.
 

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