Recycling Shakespeare in the Low Countries
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Recycling Shakespeare in the Low Countries

(Ton Hoenselaers) The Low Countries - 1999, № 7, pp. 203-211

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In the late nineties, theatre audiences in the Low Countries were treated to a series of remarkable Shakespeare productions, the chief event being the production of Tom Lanoye and Luk Perceval's 'To War', a startling production of Shakespeare's eight major history plays, rewritten and rolled into a three-part cycle.

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