Shakespeare's Women; Hanging by a Thread

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Shakespeare's Women; Hanging by a Thread

Shakespeare's Women; Hanging by a Thread' is an exciting exploration of the complexities of Shakespeare's women using aerial circus. 

 

It grew out of a collaboration with Michael Corbidge (Senior Voice and Text Associate at the RSC) after series of research exploring how text works in the air, and what stories the body can tell to support the intention of the words. 

 

This extract was performed at Bristol Shakespeare Festival 2019, hosted by Circomedia on the 26th July.

Dramaturgical help: Helen Parke

Photo Credit: Giles W. Bennett

© 2019 by Grania Pickard 

 

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