Tag Archives: Multicultural Shakespeare

Per Sivefors:’Come, for England’: Politics, Cultural Exchange and the First Swedish Hamlet (1787), Feb 23

We are happy to welcome back our good friend Per Sivefors (Linnæus University) to share his work on Swedish Shakespeare under Gustavus III in the 18th century. His talk is entitled “‘Come, for England’: Politics, Cultural Exchange and the First Swedish … Continue reading

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Next week: In Robeson’s Footsteps: British Black and Asian Shakespeare Now

Next week is an important event at the Tricycle Theatre in London organised by the multicultural Shakespeare project run by Warwick and Queen Mary. Among the impressive line of contributors – and friends of Kingston Shakespeare – is Dr Jami Rogers, … Continue reading

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‘Diverse Casting and The Wars of the Roses’ by Jami Rogers

Here is an important piece by Jami Rogers on casting politics. Written before Trevor Nunn’s Wars of the Roses run began, it pertinent to return to this vital issue, especially now that the run has ended. Nunn’s all-white cast and the ‘historical … Continue reading

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