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The Harvard Crimson reviews Actor’s Shakespeare Project’s production of Coriolanus, translated by Sean San José. Review written by Sophia N. Downs.
The thrill of “Coriolanus” is that no character is left intact, no character is left draped in glory.
Edge Media Network interviews Sean San José about his Coriolanus translation and production at Actors’ Shakespeare Project.
Actor Genevieve Simon discusses their role of Coriolanus at Actors’ Shakespeare Project in an interview with Edge Media Network.
When the Play On Shakespeare initiative reached out to San Francisco-based queer theater maker Sean San José with an offer to take part in their effort to update the plays of Shakespeare with modern language “translations” of the Shakespearean canon, José […] had his doubts.
When I think of Shakespeare’s women, many names come to mind: Gertrude, Lady Macbeth, Ophelia, Beatrice, Portia, Helena, Titania, Rosalind, Juliet, Desdemona.
The show, originally structured as five acts, has been paired down to just two, and explores the lure and impact of reigning power upon the lives of those who want it, get it, abuse it and, more often than not, ultimately lose it.
March 29-April 23, 2023 | Actors’ Shakespeare Project | Production | Boston, MA, USA
April 7-May 9, 2021 | Actors’ Shakespeare Project | Reading | Online