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Gertrude done her in?
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 18.0214  Friday, 23 March 2007

From: 		Louis Swilley <
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Date: 		Wednesday, 21 Mar 2007 16:12:50 -0500
Subject: 	Gertrude done her in?

From: S. L Kasten <
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 >>>>Later, as the stylish and rather cool Gertrude (Liz Vosmiere)
 >>>>gives her
 >>>>fantastic account of Ophelia's death, Ophelia's image with hands
 >>>>bound thrashing in the water is projected on the rear screen.
 >>>
 >>>There! I told you she were dun in, dinn I?
 >>>
 >>Maybe. But you din tell us why.
 >
 >I did, in exhaustively detailed length, but no one took me seriously 
(sigh).
 >But it's all there in the archives, and in the text as well. You could 
look it up!

I did look it up, and thanks. But if Ophelia's hands are tied in this 
production, this was murder; how can she be declared a suicide?

L. Swilley

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