Lillian Groag writes about the challenges of translating one of Shakespeare’s more obscure plays, ‘Troilus and Cressida,’ for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Play on! project.
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On Monday, July 18, the Taffety Punk Theatre Company will take over Folger Theatre to plan and perform a “bootleg” version of Henry VI, Part 1—in a single day. Actors and the rest of the team will come together in the morning, work through the choices in each scene, and then perform the entire play the same evening…. Continue Reading »