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Peter Kirwan on his most unforgettable Shakespeare production

Peter Kirwan, Shakespeare Bulletin


Joining us on this episode is Dr. Peter Kirwan, recently named Editor of the journal Shakespeare Bulletin. Find out how an onstage accident resulted in one of the most unforgettable live performances Peter has witnessed, as well as news on the journal's upcoming special issues.

Peter is also author of The Bardathon review blog, and is two co-editor of collections out this month: Shakespeare's Audiences (with Matteo Pangallo; Routledge) and The Arden Research Handbook of Shakespeare and Contemporary Performance(with Kathryn Prince; Bloomsbury).

Click here to read the Open Access special issue Shakespeare, Race, and Performance Peter notes in the interview.

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