Tag Archives: music

Look with thine ears

I have a love-hate relationship with both musical theatre and Taming of the Shrew. Actually, hate is too strong of a word. Musical theatre was, as one of my professors so aptly describes it, my gateway drug to the world … Continue reading

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Louder the music there

We’ve been talking about how to incorporate music into our production of King Lear. I stumbled upon an ongoing blog with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust that’s examining the importance of music Shakespeare’s plays. I’m going to read the more detailed … Continue reading

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