(Andrew Dickson’s article appeared in the Guardian, 4/23.) 

No one could accuse Shakespeare's Globe of lacking nerve. Not only does their contribution to the World Shakespeare festival include almost every work in the canon, each in a different language (from Juba Arabic to British Sign Language), but they've elected to open proceedings with a play few would honestly choose as their favourite.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/stage/2012/apr/24/troilus-cressida-review

 

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