Written by Claire Hansen in Performances and Productions | 18.05.2015
Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus is not frequently performed, and has a famously controversial history with questions over its authorship and concerns with its violence.
Written by Claire Hansen in Criticism and Research | 24.03.2015
Our last blog post explored female actors taking on some of Shakespeare's most well-known female roles. In keeping with this focus on Shakespeare and women, today's blog post looks at Shakespeare and 'girl studies'.
Written by Claire Hansen in Criticism and Research | 17.02.2015
The murder of Cinna the Poet in Julius Caesar is a contentious scene.
Written by Claire Hansen in Performances and Productions | 12.01.2015
It's not a surprise to see Shakespeare (and some of his contemporaries) featuring in the line-up of several Australian theatre companies this year. So we've put together a list of some of the Shakespeare productions on offer for 2015.