Monthly Archives: April 2014

Cymbeline

I saw Cymbeline a few years back at Lincoln Center with my mom; Phylicia Rashad played the nameless Queen.  Frankly, that was the most memorable thing about the play.  Going with my mom, that is.  Not Phylicia Rashad.  I vaguely remember … Continue reading

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Coriolanus

Coriolanus begins in chaos, with a weapon-wielding citizenry immediately identifying Caius Martius (who has yet to earn the title “Coriolanus,” meaning the Consul of Corioles) as both a villain and a target: he is “the chief/enemy to the people,” (I,i,7-8) … Continue reading

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