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Episode 69 - The Reception of Coriolanus

It’s time for a special episode!

After such a tumultuous life, it comes as no surprise that Coriolanus goes on to have a legacy that spreads after his literal death. 74 more words

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THEATER REVIEW: Worlds Collide in Lantern Theater’s Coriolanus

It begins thrillingly. At Lantern Theater, the skirmishes of ancient Rome in Coriolanus have a high-stakes muscularity that instantly grabs the audience, and doesn’t let go. 549 more words

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Spring Break 2017, Part Five: "Don't Tease Me"

I meant to write something every day. Oops.

*shakes travel dust off of blog*

Hi everyone. Lots to report about the final days of my spring break. 2,373 more words

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Episode 68 - Coriolanus, the Final Chapter

After much ado, many conflicts, we’re finally here! It is the end of Coriolanus. How does his grisly end unfold? Who will be pivotal to the end of his career? 48 more words

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Coriolanus Acts 1 and 2

  

MARCIUS
I’ll fight with none but thee; for I do hate thee
Worse than a promise-breaker.
AUFIDIUS
We hate alike:
Not Afric owns a serpentI abhor… 713 more words

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"I - Banish - You!" The 1980s BBC Coriolanus.

According to one set of programme notes, director Elijah Moshinsky wished to inject “an undercurrent of homoeroticism” into this fight scene between Caius Marcius (not yet Coriolanus) and Aufidius.   693 more words

The Limitations of Coriolanus

(1.1 Shown Above – some photographs capturing the play Coriolanus, a production by the Donmar Warehouse, and directed by Josie Rourke)

The production of Coriolanus (based on the work of William Shakespeare) was a play that I had been very interested in viewing since the late 2013 – other than the obvious motivation of Tom Hiddleston as the lead, Caius Marcius, and the presence of other well-known actors such as Mark Gatiss, the production occurred during a time when I had been reminiscent regarding my decision not to pursue English Literature onto key stage five – and my lack of appreciation for the text at the time. 719 more words

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