The Shakespeare Experiment: A Seduction in the form of an Essay
“The Shakespeare Experiment: A Seduction in the form of an Essay” summarizes the goals, activities and achievements of The Shakespeare Experiment and proposes several theories about the philosophical implications of the project. The Shakespeare Experiment was a practical and theoretical exploration, involving research into contructs of masculinity and femininity and the cultural conditions of Shakespeare production in performance, presented each summer from 2008 to 2010 in Toronto. The project was funded by SSHRC Research and Creation Grant and involved Guelph University students as actors, technicians, directors, dramaturges and designers.
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