The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.0984 Sunday, 5 November 2006
From: Terence Hawkes <
Date: Friday, 3 Nov 2006 10:33:22 -0000
Subject: 17.0979 The Multilanguage Dream
Comment: Re: SHK 17.0979 The Multilanguage Dream
Shakespeare persists in floating vacuously up and away as a force for
nebulous and undefined freedom in Stratford. His current stock-in-trade
continues the dispensation of gaudy pop-star favours, peace, tolerance
and love, pinned promiscuously to the chests of the self-applauding.
Thus Tim Supple's production of MND is heralded in the Guardian as 'the
most life-enhancing production of Shakespeare's play since Peter Brook's
. . . while the Daily Telegraph predicted it would be talked about for
decades.' Goodness how sad.
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