“When Shakespeare does radical things, then people can follow”
Director of The Shakespeare Institute Michael Dobson and Michigan State University English Professor Jyotsna Singh deliberate 'Shakespeare’s global role' and postcolonial readings of his canon during the RSC and University of Birmingham's Radical Mischief Conference in 2018.
Singh reflects on the international interest in Shakespeare's writing and performance by reflecting on Sulayman Al-Bassam’s Arabic adaptation of Richard III and Iqbal Khan’s modern Delhi depiction of Much Ado About Nothing.
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