In a piece published on Ology.com, John Kurzynowski portrays Shakespeare as the founding father of a tradition of collaborative play-making that still thrives in experimental theatre. I don’t think he’s right, and in some ways he’s quite clearly wrong, but at least what he’s saying isn’t anywhere near as silly as [...]
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