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Cumberbatch Matters Most in Modern Day Hamlet

At last Paul and I took our very good seats at the Barbican to experience Lyndsey Turner’s modern day production of Hamlet, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, aka Sherlock in case there is a person on earth who doesn’t know this. And though things got off to a slow and strange start–Hamlet sitting on the floor in…
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Outdated Language Tackled in Short Story

While misuse of words and phrases as related to race can happen intentionally, it can also happen unintentionally, likely the case with our modern day Sherlock. Nevertheless, Benedict Cumberbatch’s faux pas opens the door to a topic that is often considered irrelevant nowadays. Sadly, however, it is relevant, and often owing to ignorance, if nothing…
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