Act 1, Scene 28 – “Don’t ask what happened to Cardenio.”

Love s Labours Won-page-001Notes on Love’s Labours Won

Shakespeare learns the hard way that sometimes mysteries have the simplest solutions. Just don’t ask what happened to Cardenio

Crab now  has the unique distinction of existing in both Shakespeare’s real world and his fictional one. Think of him as like Michael Moorcock’s eternal champion. If he was a somewhat annoying anthropomorphised dog.

For more Shakespeare, check out this short film inspired by sonnets 130 and 138 , which was made by members of a theatre group I’ve acted with in the past and which won one of two runner-up prizes in the third Filming Shakespeare event earlier this week.



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