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By any other name

By Jason Kelly '95

Ophelia Emmons is named after the Ophelia, of Denmark, so Ophelia of Indiana’s place on the Shakespearean stage seems like a matter of destiny. She rejects any stars-aligning interpretation.

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What fools these mortals be

By Video by Ryan Blaske

A glimpse into the lighter moments during the Robinson Shakespeare Company's adventure in England — from the struggle against jet lag on their first day to whiffs of 16th-century scents in a box to the sweet taste of mulberries fresh from a tree on William Shakespeare's land.

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