Tag Archives: shakespeare

Christmas 1594 – Shakespeare’s Plea for Tolerance In a Time of Plague and Civil Discord

But What Kind of Mystery Play is This? It is about the separation and reuniting of a family, yes, maybe the holy family you might grant, where the women play as in Jesus’ story a major part, but what are we to make of the separation and reuniting of two identical twins?

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Jews and Shakespeare

Come join us on an Elizabethan Adventure on Tuesday, April 24 with Shakespeare expert, Sid Fox, who has given talks on Shakespeare to the CU Theater Department and Classics Department. 

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Shakespeare Festival Scores a Hit With “Inspector General”

Efim Zvenyatsky talks about Jewish life in Russia and his production of "The Inspector General," now playing at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, with bi-lingual performances slated for July 15 and 16.

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