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Romeo and Tusi: An Eclectically Musical Samoan/Maori Romeo and Juliet from Aotearoa/New Zealand

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Is there a distinctive New Zealand Shakespeare? What 'new' approaches to Shakespeare have originated from New Zealand? This article explores the issue by contextualising a version of Romeo and Juliet staged successfully throughout New Zealand in the late 1990s. The production is set against the background of the history of Shakespeare in New Zealand, which goes back to the arrival of Captain Co...
Display date:
2009
Location:
Samoa
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Journal article
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ResearchCommons@Waikato
Publisher:
Routledge
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University of Waikato
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