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Shakespeare took hold of the Japanese imagination in the 1880s and has never let go. We celebrate Japan’s fascination with Hamlet in an evening of talks and performances.
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An inspiring and engaging introduction to the Read Not Dead Performance.
A madcap drama of misunderstanding, the play was performed at the Globe in 1599 and makes allusions to Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and Henry IV part 2.
The Chances was not published until 1647 but was regularly revived and adapted in the Restoration and throughout the 18th century.
First published in 1603 and again in Jonson’s Works in 1616, the play follows Machiavellian Sejanus’ thirst for revenge which causes a rift in court that threatens to bring down the state.
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