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As part of the celebrations marking 1616, Passion in Practice returns to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse to present a Read Not Dead reading in original pronunciation of Marlowe’s Dr Faustus.
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Four directors will team up with four scholars and present their arguments for reviving one of four plays first performed in the Rose.
This year's Our Theatre production in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse is Richard III.
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An inspiring and engaging introduction to the Read Not Dead Performance.
Two young women, Theodosia and Leocadia, adopt male disguises in the hope of pursuing their mutual love, Marc-Antonio. Fletcher’s rarely performed tragicomedy was first staged in 1616.
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.
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.
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