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Re: Postmodern Shakespearean Performance
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.0033  Saturday, 12 January 2002

[1]     From:           Mike Jensen <
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        Date:           Saturday, 05 Jan 2002 16:00:10 -0800
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        Date:           Saturday, 05 Jan 2002 19:39:15 -0600
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        Date:           Saturday, 5 Jan 2002 21:58:24 -0500
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        Date:           Saturday, 5 Jan 2002 23:08:28 -0500
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        Date:           Sunday, 6 Jan 2002 11:46:45 -0000
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From:           Mike Jensen <
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Date:           Saturday, 05 Jan 2002 16:00:10 -0800
Subject: 13.0028 Re: Postmodern Shakespearean Performance
Comment:        Re: SHK 13.0028 Re: Postmodern Shakespearean Performance

Mr. Weinstein takes the offensive, in more ways than one.

>1. Iago, even if thought to be gay, should not be played like Richard
>Simmons or Andy Dick.  It makes no sense.  Such an observation may upset
>certain listmembers, but that cannot be helped.

Had you first written that, most people would probably agree. You
didn't. You brought the actor's private life into it, and that changes
everything.

>I

 

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