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My first Patreon creation has been posted to my patrons, here's a taste of it:

The Angel,
with Emma Turley Cello, Maxim Vertunni Double Bass

William Shakespeare

 

Victor Vertunn as William Sakespeare
Shakespeare's Women
Written by Monia Giovannangeli
Directed by Eric Loren 

If Shakespeare knew then what we know now, imagine the roles he would have written for his women...

Se Shakespeare avesse saputo ciò che noi conosciamo oggi, immaginate che ruoli avrebbe scritto per le sue donne...

Having been conjured up on the banks of the Thames, Shakespeare's spirit is forced by the characters themselves to rethink the way he has portrayed the female characters in his plays. Follow Shakespeare as he discovers, with some difficulties and some surprises along the way, what his women really think and how they view their role in history.

Lo spirito di Shakespeare, magicamente riapparso sulle rive del Tamigi, viene costretto a ripensare il modo in cui ha interpretato i personaggi femminili nelle sue opere ... dai personaggi stessi! Godetevi questo viaggio insieme a Shakespeare, nella sua riscoperta a volte difficile e a volte sorprendente del pensiero delle sue donne e di come loro stesse vedono il loro ruolo nella storia.

www.shakespeareswomen.com

 

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