The Making of Authorships: Transversal Navigation in the Wake of Hamlet, Robert Wilson, Wolfgang Wiens, and Shakespace
Manhattan, July 7, 1995: On this hot, muggy evening, an audience rapidly filled Lincoln Center’s air-conditioned Alice Tully Hall. Whereas the majority probably hailed from New York City and its nearby environs, one member of the audience had driven down from Cambridge, and another had flown in from San Diego, just to see this particular performance of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. At the time, these two, the authors of this paper, did not know each other.
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