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Edinburgh :: United Kingdom | 3 months ago

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Scholars have revealed that the Duke of Edinburgh believes the playwright did not write everything attributed to him in opposition to Prince Charles. Expert Stanley Wells, who has written in defence of Shakespeare's authorship, last night said he had

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Toronto :: Canada | 8 months ago

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There is a legitimate authorship question surrounding plays such as Timon of Athens and Titus Andronicus it's just that it has absolutely nothing to do with earls or queens locking themselves away in their studies to write the canon in secret. Video

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 10 months ago

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A renowned Shakespeare scholar, Jonathan Bate, believes that the evidence shows that specific parts within those plays must have had input from Shakespeare. Bate, professor of English literature at Oxford University, said that the upcoming issue is

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Athens :: Greece | over 1 year ago

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MailTribune.com I've made it my life goal to see the entire Shakespeare canon can I expect to do so in Ashland, or do I have to start saving money so I can travel to the Royal Shakespeare Company to see the more obscure plays? Margaret F., Medford

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Indianapolis :: IN :: USA | 2 years ago

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Written by Filed Under 'The History of Cardenio' When: 7 p.m. today and Saturday (remaining performances; free pre-performance program at 5:30 each day)...Tickets: $20 general admission, $10 students, (317) 274-5063. Bottom line: Reconstructed

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London :: United Kingdom | over 2 years ago

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All's Well That Ends Well has another author as well as William Shakespeare, according to research from Oxford University academics. Thomas Middleton has been revealed as the most likely co-author, according to in-depth analysis of the play's

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Athens :: Greece | almost 3 years ago

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So says Rupert Goold, artistic director of theatre company Headlong, of its latest project, Decade not a play about 10 years of eating Spanish food, but a serious, ambitious beast exploring our reaction to 9/11 as we approach its 10th anniversary.

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Fort Worth :: TX :: USA | 3 years ago

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Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram Think of it as Shakespeare Lite. Double Falsehood , the second of two offerings in the Stolen Shakespeare Guild's Stolen Shakespeare Festival, may or may not have been co-written by the Bard. But while the

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London :: United Kingdom | 3 years ago

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Alex Hassell and Lucy Briggs-Owen in 'Cardenio' "Where am I?" cries the terrified beautiful heroine, who has latterly taken the veil. She's in a state because she's just been bundled in an imposing coffin and ferried by men in pointy black Ku Klux

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Port Talbot :: United Kingdom | 3 years ago

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Streaming sweat and blood, Michael Sheen is just inches from me, horrifyingly crowned with thorns. Through the parting crowd, he's dragging a cross up Station Road towards the red-brick Civic Centre and the M4 the hulking bypass that has led to Port

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