The Rape of Lucrece | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Joseph H. Stodder

This literature criticism consists of approximately 9 pages of analysis & critique of The Rape of Lucrece.
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Critical Review by Joseph H. Stodder

SOURCE: Stodder, Joseph H. “The Rape of Lucrece Dramatized in Los Angeles.” Shakespeare Quarterly 43, no. 1 (spring 1982): 86-9.

In the following review, Stodder offers an analysis of the 1990-91 Shakespeare Society of America's Globe Playhouse production of The Rape of Lucrece, directed by Theresa Shiban and produced by R. Thad Taylor. Stodder praises in particular the production's use of the chorus and the performances of Eric Briant Wells as Tarquin and Hisa Takakuwa as Lucrece.

R. Thad Taylor, Executive Producer at the Shakespeare Society of America's Globe Playhouse in West Hollywood, has demonstrated over the past two decades an unstinting willingness to experiment in his presentation of the work of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Taylor's aspirations, and his realization of them, have been Renaissance-like. During a three-and-one-half-year period in...

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