Tag Archives: Alex Waldmann

‘Shakespeare et les couleurs du temps’ par Dominique Goy-Blanquet

Dominique Goy-Blanquet, one of France’s leading Shakespeareans and a friend of Kingston Shakespeare, has written a historic article on the Wars of the Roses, where she discusses the plays and the adaptation, also mentioning the Shakespeare and Scandinavia conference. The … Continue reading

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Revolting Jack – A Sonnet by John G. Murphy

The sonnet “Revolting Jack” was inspired by a performance of Rufus Hound as Jack Cade, a historical character represented in Part 2 of Henry VI and in Edward IV of the John Barton and Peter Hall adaptation that is known as … Continue reading

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Barton / Hall Wars of the Roses Adaptation – panel podcast

Here is the recording of the panel on the John Barton and Peter Hall Wars of the Roses adaptation with Stuart Hampton-Reeves, Dominique Goy-Blanquet, Heather Neill, and Alex Waldmann. Frank Whately, emeritus Professor at Kingston University and one of the … Continue reading

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