Royal Purple

Crossroads of thought

Nicole Aimone and Brad Allen

December 13, 2017

Failure to accommodate to Native American students, violence against women and queer identity within in Shakespeare’s works were among a range of topics students touched on during the first annual Language Crossroads mini-conference. Language Crossroads mini-conference co-organizer Elena Levy-Nava...

Young Auditorium hosts Shakespeare

Young Auditorium hosts Shakespeare

January 29, 2014

Jan. 29, 2014 By Abrielle Backhaus Death and tragedy often evoke morbid thoughts, but in “Hamlet” and “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead,” the topics are addressed through drama and dark humor. While Shakespeare wrote the plays some 400 years ago, the productions of today may still o...

Play mixes superheroes and Shakespeare

October 9, 2012

    Thou flyest through the air like a speeding bullet, and web doth fly from thy wrists. This is an example of what a modern Shakespearean comic book might be like. Students within the theatre/dance department at UW-Whitewater are exploring these possibilities further with the...

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