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Appeal; Panel Proposal; Musical Errors
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0345  Monday, 13 April 1998.

[1]     From:   Mary Evelyn Martin <
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        Date:   Friday, 10 Apr 1998 08:57:27 -0700
        Subj:   SHK 9.0336  Shakespeare's Continuing Appeal

[2]     From:   Melissa D. Aaron <
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        Date:   Friday, 10 Apr 1998 18:36:44 -0500
        Subj:   Panel Proposal

[3]     From:   Marilyn A. Bonomi <
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        Date:   Saturday, 11 Apr 1998 19:39:44 -0400
        Subj:   Info Needed on Musical Version


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From:           Mary Evelyn Martin <
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Date:           Friday, 10 Apr 1998 08:57:27 -0700
Subject: Shakespeare's Continuing Appeal
Comment:        SHK 9.0336  Shakespeare's Continuing Appeal

Thanks for the article.  To use the vernacular, the Bard RULES!

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From:           Melissa D. Aaron <
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Date:           Friday, 10 Apr 1998 18:36:44 -0500
Subject:        Panel Proposal

I would like to propose a panel at the Annual Meeting of the Group for
Early Modern Culture, to be held November 19-22, 1998 in Newport Rhode
Island.

The theme for the conference is "Antagonism, Contradiction, Resolution."

I'd like to propose a panel, tentatively called "Commodity, the bias of
the world."  I'm interested in topics that reflect on Early Modern
English trade wars and economic conflict, whether it's the War of the
Theatres from an economic point of view, or economic issues such as
inflation, or the use of credit, or the liberties as enterprise zones,
or trade gilds, or. . .  you get the idea.  I'd especially like to see
proposals involving economic readings of early modern texts, possibly
suggesting some sort of historical resolution.

My own work is the economic history of the King's Men.

Please send any inquiries, or 250-word abstracts, off-list, to

Melissa D. Aaron

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by May 1st.

And thank you to the rest of the list for your patience.

Melissa Aaron

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From:           Marilyn A. Bonomi <
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Date:           Saturday, 11 Apr 1998 19:39:44 -0400
Subject:        Info Needed on Musical Version

My colleague the director is looking for  the source of licensing for

The Comedy of Errors Musical done by Trevor Nunn at the Royal
Shakespeare Company in 1986 or 87.   Starred Roger Rees,  he of Robin
Colcourt-of-Cheers fame, and was fabulous. Showed on PBS in '87 or '88,
or perhaps '89.

Anyone w/ information, please contact me off-list:

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She hopes to do a production in the near future, if she can obtain
rights to the piece.

Thanks so much!
Marilyn Bonomi
 

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