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Prince Hal in the News Again
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.0102  Wednesday, 19 January 2005

From:           Alan J. Sanders <
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Date:           Tuesday, 18 Jan 2005 11:55:57 -0500
Subject: 16.0096 Prince Hal in the News Again
Comment:        Re: SHK 16.0096 Prince Hal in the News Again

I suppose we must go through four more years of cheap shots under the
guise of a Shakespeare discussion?  Were I to head down a particular
path, I could say that the previous "blue" office had some very
mysterious murders and unexplained pardons occur in it's eight years.
Is there a Shakespeare reference here?  Was that a modern-day Macbeth
and Lady M.?  Do we actually want to continue these 'kind' of
discussions on the main board?

I am one of those members who enjoys pointed discussions as it relates
to current productions,  interesting interpretations, or learned
insights into the texts themselves.  I read every post to see what I may
use in future shows (either as actor or director).  Maybe I have a
higher expectation of the traffic here than some and perhaps I must
learn to accept that others choose to use this forum for thinly
disguised political screeds.  Personally, I'd rather not turn this
Listserv into a BLOG.  IMHO.

A.

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