Dramaturg Mary Ann Koory blogs about THE Robben Island Shakespeare
With the creation of the position of the Shakespeare for Social Justice Director and a Jump StARTs award from the California Arts Council, Marin Shakespeare Company has significantly expanded its use of Shakespeare to work for social justice. In honor of these wonderful new developments, Mary Ann Koory, Ph.D., dramaturg for Marin Shakespeare’s production of As You Like It, would like to begin her season of blogging with a few columns reflecting on the Robben Island Shakespeare and The Tempest.
Read her Blog posts:
Shakespeare on a Desert Island and Shakespeare’s Desert Island PlayPart I
Shakespeare on a Desert Island and Shakespeare’s Desert Island PlayPart II
“As You Like It” – Of Horn-Beasts And Other Guests
Fantasy Forests Dark and Light
The Historical Reality of Fantasy Forests: Arden, Sherwood, and Sambisa
The Seeds of Time
Happily Ever After
Where Has Jaques Been and Where Is He Going?