Tag Archives: Shakespeare in Love

Why Shakespeare?

“Shakespeare is a black woman.”   I came across these words written by Maya Angelou in Peter Erikson’s Rewriting Shakespeare Rewriting Ourselves and it plinged the spot in my brain that constantly whispers the question, “Why Shakespeare?”  Why is this claim made by a black woman? Why does a representative of the Reagan administration then […]

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“Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead”

I have posted a number of blogs in recent months about my involvement with the Ninth World Shakespeare Congress that will be taking place in Prague this July. These Shakespearian gatherings happen every five years, and a great deal of work goes into organising an event that is truly international in scope. A highlight of […]

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