I have to admit, I like this idea! We've all seen multitudinous adaptations of Shakespeare's plays reworked for different audiences, even if in movie or musical form. Has there been an production or adaptation that you've thought was really well done despite being very different from the m... Wow! My kids and I saw the Seattle Shakespeare Society's production of upstart crow collective's adaptation of Henry VI. It's in two parts and we saw both on Saturday. It was amazing! They made it feel like an up-to-date play but they were really true... So today I bring you something with which I disagree, to serve as a springboard for further conversation. The Spectator itself is a conservative publication and there are, as expected, some fairly ridiculous comments on the post as well (therefore please ... Rye is a beautiful town not far from where I grew up. I think it's pretty awesome how even now in the 2000s we're continuing to discover things about Shakespeare's life! The world of words is in danger! Fortunately, there is a Noah's Ark of literature, and despite the vast number of literary works in the world, Shakespeare has been given three precious slots - three plays (and only three) can go onto the Ark and be saved!... I take it not many people are active in this community xD In what ways do your local communities try to reach out to young/disadvantaged people in order to get them more involved in the theatre? Or perhaps they don't, but you can think of a couple of ideas that you think they should try? Is your area struggling ... This popped up in my Facebook memories today, so I thought I'd share it here. Do you agree with some of the categorisation?