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Native American distraction: Cressida, climbing to the top of the teepee, and her uncle Pandarus, watch the Trojan warriors return from the war

A native American spin on Shakespeare

Sep 26, 2014 6:00 AM

CRITICISM of The Wooster Group's Shakespeare adaptation, Cry, Trojans! (Troilus & Cressida), has run the gamut from being confusing at best, to racially offensive, at worst. But as an experimental adaptation of one of Shakespeare's more convoluted (and boring, may I say) plays, Troilus and

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