A version of the ‘…all hail!’ to me? So Judas did to Christ..’ (Revisiting Richard II, RST and Barbican, October 27th to Wednesday 8th January 2014) post can be found on http://bloggingshakespeare.com/reviewing-shakespeare/author/julieraby/
Visit my new blog about the events I am taking part in over the summer and how I hope to raise a little bit of money for some charities. http://julierabyrunning.wordpress.com/2012/04/29/running-ambling-swimming/
My comment on Professor Stanley Wells’ post RSC at fifty. http://bloggingshakespeare.com/the-r-s-c-at-fifty
Trailers – Romeo and Juliet | RSC.
Just to say that I have had a couple of important deadlines recently and the blog has been slightly neglected because of this. I’ve seen a lot of theatre recently, and would like to catch up with writing up my thoughts in the next few weeks.
Michael Portillo being interviewed on College Green before the coalition government was formed (7th May 2010) In the theatre, audience participation is often encouraged. During the election campaign, the live leaders TV debates was a new element, and clearly had an impact in the way that a television audience viewed the election. However, It was so strange…