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How did they (get a bear on stage) in The Winter’s Tale

The Winter’s tale is one of the few plays most remembered for a stage direction.  The direction in question is one in which Antigonus  must ‘Exit pursued by a bear’. Despite the apparent comedy of the line things don’t go well for Antigonus as the next we hear of him he has been eaten (apparently […]

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