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Shakespeare Magazine
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.2150  Tuesday, 29 October 2002

From:           Mike LoMonico <
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Date:           Monday, 28 Oct 2002 14:11:32 -0500
Subject:        Shakespeare Magazine

Shakespeare magazine announces that its Fall 2002 issue, volume 6,
number 3 is in the mail.

Feature Article:

"Cue One Macbeth" Graham Holderness explores a performance of "Macbeth"
described in Simon Forman's 1611 journal and reconstructs Duncan's
murder. The article includes Holderness's argument as well as his "new"
version of the murder scene.

News on the Rialto

The latest Shakespeare news, including:

     Actor Steven Berkoff deported
     A Shakespeare theme park comes to Pennsylvania.
     Actors walk out on "Hamlet" in Denmark
     The closing of Tokyo's Globe Theater
     The Shakespeare Guild's tribute to Kevin Kline
     Articles about the films "A Dream in Hanoi" and "Macbeth-the
Comedy"
     Conference and theater news from around the world

How I Spent My Summer Shakespeare Vacation: Shakespeare magazine asked
 several teachers and actors attending summer institutes, festivals, and
seminars to keep a journal.

"The Wooden O Symposium"
Wisconsin teacher Gary Baughn passes up the lure of Las Vegas to attend
the Utah Shakespearean Festival's three-day conference.

"Shakespeare: Text and Theatre Conference"
Karen Fulop leaves Ohio, giving in to her yearning to go to
Stratford-upon-Avon, and attends the Royal Shakespeare Company's
seminar.

"The Philips Exeter Shakespeare Conference"
Carnie Burns travels to Maine to take on the role of a student for a
week-long conference.

"The Folger Library's Teaching Shakespeare Institute"
Los Angeles teacher Heather Kooiman spends four weeks in Washington, DC
at an NEH Institute.

"Shakespeare and the Rose Playhouse Institute"
Mimi Paquette goes to Lenox, Massachusetts to participate in Shakespeare
and Company's four-            week Institute.

"Acting with the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival"
Actors Matt Wallace and Tina Jo Hagens play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern
in two productions in Louisville's Central Park.

Thanks,
Michael LoMonico, Editor
http://www.shakespearemag.com

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