The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 10.0629 Wednesday, 7 April 1999.
Date: Tuesday, 6 Apr 1999 10:26:42 EDT
We're doing Shrew at the moment and have been blessed with an amazing
12-year-old Biondello who had us in the floor last night with the
"horse" speech. He and I have a question about IV.4, the line, "I knew
a wench married in an afternoon as she went to the garden for parsley to
stuff a rabbit..."
What is that about?
And does anyone have any insight as to why Tranio, disguised as
Lucentio, suddenly starts talking like Hortensio in III.2, the "waiting
for Petruchio" scene? All I can figure is that Hortensio was in the
scene and then someone pointed out to Bill that Hortensio was in fact in
disguise as Litio at that point.
Newnan Community Theatre Company