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Shakespeare Adaptations

Shakespeare's Trippiest Play Gets Trippier

The Huffington Post | Hallie Sekoff | Posted 09.26.2012 | Arts

Fairy politics, love spells, an enchanted donkey: "A Midsummer Night's Dream" is Shakespeare's trippiest play, no? This Thursday, William Shatner, Mar...

Is Othello Really Black?

Ben Arogundade | Posted 06.23.2012 | Books
Ben Arogundade

William Shakespeare's character Othello is generally regarded as a black African. But is this true? Could he have been an Arab or a Spanish Moor?

Digitally Deconstructing Shakespeare

Ben Arogundade | Posted 11.23.2011 | Books
Ben Arogundade

Four hundred years after he wrote them, Shakespeare's words can be imbued with a brand new set of values, simply by re-arranging them on the page.

The Wire Tangles With Shakespeare

Ben Arogundade | Posted 11.13.2011 | Entertainment
Ben Arogundade

The link between The Wire and the works of Shakespeare has been a popular strand amongst both fans of the show and critics alike, ever since it was first aired on U.S. screens back in June of 2002.

PHOTOS: Most Memorable Othello Adaptations

Ben Arogundade | Posted 10.20.2011 | Books
Ben Arogundade

Originally entitled "The Moor of Venice," "Othello" was first performed by Shakespeare's theatre group, the King's Men on November 1, 1604, in the Banqueting House of London's Whitehall Palace. Today, over four hundred years later, it remains as popular as ever.