Hamlet, Max Beerbohm famously wrote, is ‘a hoop through which every very eminent actor must, sooner or later, jump.’ By the same token King Lear is a mountain up which every very eminent actor must, sooner or later, climb. Many have made the ascent in recent years – Greg Hicks and Ian McKellen for the […]
Stanley is also a lead blogger on Blogging Shakespeare, a blog dedicated to embracing Shakespearean conversation in the digital age.
- Beethoven seems uniquely to be meditating inwardly in his late quartets. @BBCRadio3 2 days ago
- The Paying Guests is compulsive reading but the poor girls' problems are far from solved at the end. 2 days ago
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