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These Paper Bullets: Double Mirror

  Lauren Yarger “Who says Shakespeare is boring?”   These Paper Bullets is the play done by Yale Repertory Theatre, that rewrites both the Shakespeare’s famous play, Much Ado About Nothing, and United Kingdom’s famous singing group, The Beatles. Although … Continue reading

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Keep to the Original

  The play we saw on April 2nd, called These Paper Bullets, a modified version of Ā  by William Shakespeare, was very well performed and the events were fairly similar to the actual play written by Shakespeare. For example, during … Continue reading

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Superwomen?

With in the past couple months we have read three Shakespearian plays that all share common comedic elements; Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, and Taming of the Shrew. In these three plays one thing that I as a reader … Continue reading

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A Superb Shakespearian Interpretation

The play, These Paper Bullets, depicted Shakespeare’s work of Much Ado about Nothing in a more modern light. My favorite scene from the play was the interrogation of the journalist and photographer that were to blame for the breaking up … Continue reading

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Shakespeare Genius or Green Day Rehash?

These Paper Bullets was an ambitious take, driving a popular Shakespearian plotline into England straight after Beatlemania made its infectious spread to the USA and back. The characters were meticulously crafted to match the plot devices of Shakespeare, while advancing … Continue reading

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The Ballad of Ben and Bea

I think that this play was really good at incorporating the Beatles music into this play, but I wish they would have just used the actual lyrics. I liked how they showed the magnitude of the Beatles fan base. I … Continue reading

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