“I froze, not knowing what to do, instantly realizing … that he had all the power to hire me, and if I said no, I risked having any kind of role at one of the largest theatres in the country. And maybe farther than that; how could he damage my reputation?” – Confession Statement* On […]
Archives for August 26, 2020
Review: American Shakespeare Center twists Twelfth Night, Shakespeare’s already complex comedy
We think of Shakespeare as a romantic. He was anything but. As portrayed in the canon, love is an affliction, which clouds the reason and destroys discrimination and judgment. If we take a cold look at his great romance, Romeo and Juliet, we see it for what it is. Juliet is a 13-year-old girl who […]
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