Tag Archives: Shakespeare’s Globe

Hamlet in five words

  Farah Karim-Cooper asked us to write something for the Globe to Globe Hamlet site. Here it is.

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#MuchAdo #AboutData

#MuchAdo #AboutData update 4 Emma Pallant writes: Many intriguing things to respond to in recent postings by Jonathan and Heather, but I’ll begin with the observation that chimes most clearly with the work we’ve been doing in the rehearsal room this week. The strongest note of recognition comes from the increased usage of terms of address […]

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The very strange language of A Midsummer Night’s Dream

I just got back from a fun and very educative trip to Shakespeare’s Globe in London, hosted by Dr Farah Karim-Cooper, who is director of research there. The Globe stages an annual production aimed at schools (45,000 free tickets have been distributed over the past five years), and this year’s play is A Midsummer Night’s […]

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