Tag Archives: Gerald Baker

Richard Wilson on Cardenio at the RSS

The History of Cardenio Richmond Shakespeare Society at the Mary Wallace Theatre, March 18 2017 Shakespeare and Cervantes both died on April 23 1616, and Borges was not the only other writer to fantasize that the dramatist and novelist were … Continue reading

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KiSS Cardenio Excursion, March 23

Instead of the planned John Fletcher reading, Kingston Shakespeare will make an excursion to Cardenio, directed by our playreading collaborator Gerald Baker. KiSS has arranged a special rate for members to attend Thursday’s (March 23) performance of The History of … Continue reading

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Gary Taylor’s Cardenio: the UK premiere

Our collaborator Gerald Baker has been busy with an interesting production: Cardenio. Don’t miss it! For more information on the play and Richmond Shakespeare Society see their webpages. Gary Taylor’s reconstruction of Fletcher and Shakespeare’s lost play, The History of … Continue reading

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Shakespeare Volume One: Mucedorus (KiSS Playreading), Nov 3

Mucedorus–the woods, a running princess, a pursuing bear, a heroic shepherd, a scheming courtier, a comic servant, a wild man and a couple of kings. This is the base for the play that was reprinted more often than any other … Continue reading

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Shakespeare Volume One: Fair Em (KiSS Playreading), Oct 13

One of the new things Kingston Shakespeare is doing this semester is playreading in collaboration with our friend Gerald Baker. We are doing three plays from the Shakespeare apocrypha: Fair Em, Mucedorus, and The Merry Devil of Edmonton. There’s a … Continue reading

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