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Shakespeare's Romeo Juliet to sing Baul tunes?
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Shakespeare's Romeo Juliet to sing Baul tunes?

One of William Shakespeare's most romantic texts is all set to get a baul soul. Aparna Sen has roped in renowned baul singer Parvathy Baul to lend her voice to two songs in her upcoming adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, produced by Shree Venkatesh ... Times of India, 1 day ago

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Art Alert: London's famous Globe Theatre brings Hamlet to Alexandria, Egypt

London's Globe Theatre will stage a performance of William Shakespeare's Hamlet at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina on Monday 12 January. The visit comes as part of the theatre troupe's two year world tour, which was launched on 23 April this year, as ...
 Al Ahram4 days ago A Tragedy comes to Egypt: London's famous Globe Theatre brings Hamlet to Alexandria  Albawaba2 days ago Hamlet in Penang  New Straits Times2 weeks ago
Miami Herald

Musical mocks Shakespeare as arrogant rock star

William Shakespeare is heading back to Broadway but this time hell be mocked in a musical. Tony-winning producer Kevin McCollum said Tuesday that the sweet and goofy new show Something Rotten! will play the St. James Theatre in March. Tony winner ...
 Globe and Mail1 week ago Musical 'Something Rotten!' Heading to Broadway  ABC News1 week ago Musical 'Something Rotten!' that makes fun of Shakespeare, heading to Broadway in March  Yahoo! Canada1 week ago Musical Something Rotten! that makes fun of Shakespeare, heading to Broadway in March  News 11301 week ago

All the world's a stage

Sibusiso Magubane plays Nick Bottom in a scene from William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" in Auckland Park, Johannesburg, recently. He is one of 11 homeless men who perform as part of Johannesburg Awakening Minds, an initiative of South ... week ago Homeless men perform Shakespeare's work in Auckland Park week ago Homeless actors perform healing Shakespeare in a field  City Press1 week ago Summer Holiday Programme  The Big Idea2 weeks ago
Malawi Daily Times

Hypocritical Pharisees

When William Shakespeare wrote that the world is a stage and all men and women merely players, he probably did not know how true his wisdom will be on Malawian politics. This week, the drama called Malawi politics took spectators to dizzying ...
 Malawi Daily Times1 week ago Performance and legal practitioners  Sri Lanka Daily News1 week ago Patrick Enyeribe Iwuh: Exit Of A Great Community Leader  The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago
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Judge turns to Shakespeare for ruling

A judge in Britain has deferred to William Shakespeare to decide on the settlement figure in a divorce case. According to The Independent on Thursday, Mr. Justice Mostyn, a judge in the Family Division of the High Court in London, turned to ...
 Press TV6 days ago Judge used Shakespeare's 'King Lear' to decide divorce settlement figure  MSN UK6 days ago

The game's the thing

The Super Bowl has grown so big that we could think of only one man to cover it: William Shakespeare . The Bard was in Arizona when the two teams met the media yesterday and filed this exclusive play. Act One begins as a mob of sports journalists ...
 SI.com1 week ago

Students stage Comedy of Errors

PUNE: The students of International School Aamby (ISA) paid homage to William Shakespeare by enacting one of his most complex yet entertaining works, 'The Comedy of Errors'. Enacted on the boarding green, as darkness fell and the evening changed ...
 Times of India1 week ago

The creation of William Shakespeare: How the Bard really became a legend

Ladies and gentlemen, the Bard is back. With of a previously unknown First Folio in a French library, Shakespeare has once again been thrust into the limelight (as if he ever left). Shakespeare's current status is often described as bardolatry, an ...
 Salon1 week ago The Strange Fates of the Shakespeare First Folio  Epoch Times2 weeks ago To be Catholic or not to be?  B.C. Catholic2 weeks ago Discovery of Shakespeare text renews Catholic debate  CathNews2 weeks ago
Times of India

Scholars clash over ‘gay’ Bard

The sexuality of William Shakespeare has once again been called into question by leading scholars, it has been reported. Sir Brian Vickers, a visiting professor at University College London, started the academic debate by claiming that a Times Literary ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago Was William Shakespeare gay?  Times of India3 weeks ago Experts divided over William Shakespeare's sexuality  DNA3 weeks ago Was William Shakespeare 'gay'?  Sify3 weeks ago
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