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The strange geographies of Ephesus: The Bell Shakespeare Company’s Comedy of Errors

Abstract

The stage world created by John Bell’s 2002 production of Comedy of Errors captured both the hybridity of the play and the mix of contradictions embodied in the historical and Biblical Ephesus, where the play is set. This essay proposes a reading grounded in cultural geography which allows for a foregrounding of the production’s deployment of dreams and magic to generate a theatrical Ephesus which could speak to both Australian and English experiences of modern city life, via colour, movement and rhythm.

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Authors

Higgins, Laura J.

Oxford Brookes departments

Department of English and Modern Languages

Dates

Year of publication: 2014
Date of RADAR deposit: 2021-01-15


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This RADAR resource is Part of [archived at the National Library of Australia] Australian studies, vol. 6, series 2

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