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.
- RT @Reprieve: Shafqat is due to be hanged in hours. Unless Pakistan stays the execution, these could be some of his last words: http://t.co… 16 hours ago retweeted via Reprieve
- RT @CliveSSmith: Email @reprieve.org.uk">email@example.com @BijalShukla15 (or anyone) I will send you the brief that details all the new evidence of Kris… 16 hours ago retweeted via CliveSSmith
- RT @lucycmunro: Enjoying George Colman's description in 1777 of the blinding of Gloucester in King Lear as ‘so unpleasing a circumstance’. 16 hours ago retweeted via lucycmunro
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