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No Fear Shakespeare: Shakespeare's plays plus a modern translation you can understand

No Fear Shakespeare: Shakespeare's plays plus a modern translation you can understand | Drama | Scoop.it
Jacqueline Kynoch's insight:

No Fear Shakespeare is a useful tool to study Shakespeare at home. On the right page is the original text and on the opposite side is the modern day English translation to make it simpler for you to study at home without my help. 

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Should theatre leave more to the imagination?

Should theatre leave more to the imagination? | Drama | Scoop.it
Digital projections and computer animation make all kind of amazing effects possible – but do they rob theatre of what it's all about?

Via The Digital Rocking Chair
Jacqueline Kynoch's insight:

We are all doing our best to constantly keep up with technology. However, how does the use of technology as a representation in theatre help or hinder the actors and audience? And what comparisons can you draw from modern theatre compared to contemporary theatre?  

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Lauren Sovel's curator insight, March 3, 2013 9:13 PM

also love this one. I agree that all of these effects may be cool, but that is not what theatre is about. This article is a prime example of how musical theatre has changed in the modern day and age