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Pop Up Globe User Poll

New Zealand based Pop Up Globe, currently enjoying an extended stay in Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens, is about to embark on a new season of five Shakespeare plays in Auckland – A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, Julius Caesar, The Merchant of Venice, and The Comedy of Errors.

I’m thinking we’d love to see Pop Up Globe back in Melbourne again in 2018 with these five new plays!

Have your vote on the user poll below and we’ll make sure they see the results!

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1 Response

  1. James Gee says:

    Shakespeare’s influence on the English language is undisputed. To have the opportunity to see his plays in such an environment as a Pop Up Globe is absolutely amazing. Anyone new to Shakespeare seeing his plays performed as they are at the Pop Up Globe is really lucky as they will have the performances imprinted in their minds forever. Schoolchildren for instance, who have been put off Shakespeare by indifferent teaching will have a whole new take on something that can have a profound affect on their lives. For instance, whenever Shakespeare comes into a conversation at a future time, those having seen his plays at the Pop Up globe will be able to contribute in a meaningful way rather than feeling out of it. And let’s face it, we are talking about bright cheerful educated young people aren’t we? And therefore language discussion will inevitable be brought up at some time. Any teacher of English and drama should be absolutely falling over themselves to get to see the productions at Pop Up Globe. Their students will be invigorated.

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