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@Everymancdf Taming of the Shrew - Cardiff Shakespeare Review

Review by Lucy Menon (Cardiff University alumna), creator of Shakespeare Books

On the sultry evening of Friday 25th July, the Everyman theatre company held their opening night of Shakespeare’s… 1,919 more words


A too-controlled end for The Taming of the Shrew?

Aside from completely lacking anything with Christopher Sly in it (at least as it appears in my edition of the play), The Taming of the Shrew… 460 more words


Romantic Comedy and Tragedy - William Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew" and "Romeo and Juliet"

The Taming of the Shrew (1591)
Romantic comedies have not changed much in 425 years. Typical 21st-century rom-com films have silly plots, outrageous circumstances, shallow characters, questionable actions done by the main characters, and fun music to knit it all together. 1,167 more words


Edmonton Downstage | 21.07.2014

I’m taking inspiration from Sharon Yeo’s wonderful blog, Only Here for the Food, and starting a roundup of Edmonton theatre happenings. I’m still going to be reviewing shows, but there’s so many wonderful theatre things happening in Edmonton, there’s no way one person can get to it all… so anything I’m not able to cover more fully will be included in my new series, Edmonton Downstage. 897 more words

Edmonton Theatre

The curious absence of Christopher Sly

The fourth act of The Taming of the Shrew has far less of Christopher Sly than I expected. Peeking ahead a little revealed that, at least in my edition of the play, he doesn’t show up again until the “Additional Passages” section. 510 more words


Yekaterina Krysanova and Vladislav Lantratov

Yekaterina Krysanova (as Katharina) and Vladislav Lantratov (as Petruchio), “The Taming of the Shrew”, Bolshoi Ballet

Source and more info at:
Bolshoi Ballet Website
Bolshoi Ballet on You Tube… 17 more words