The name “Shakespeare” is practically synonymous with English literature, world literature and the art of theater. Balancing mythic archetypes with historical realism, political commentary and psychological insight, his works continue to speak across centuries and in multiple settings and media, thanks to the co-creative energy of directors, actors, designers, scholars, editors, translators, teachers, students, readers and audiences. Shakespeare’s plays are works of dramatic . . .
Julia R. Lupton, Co-Director, New Swan Shakespeare Center & Professor of English
Eli Simon, Co-Director, New Swan Shakespeare Center & Professor of Drama
Debbie Nielsen, Assistant Director
Jesús López Vargas, Director of Outreach
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