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The Joys Of Outdoor Shakespeare, As Seen By A Committed Naturephobe
Charles Isherwood: "Having a real forest (or what can pass for one) portray the role of the Forest of Arden in As You Like It sweetens the atmosphere of that play. Ditto A Midsummer Night's Dream ... And, for many, seeing Shakespeare outdoors frees it from the suffocating air of elitism - or cultural homework - that can often cling to it." The New York Times 07/19/13
Posted July 19, 2013 12:49 AM

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