In this episode, I’ll be asking Joseph about :
- How is staging a comedy different from staging a tragedy?
- What are the techniques you use in battlefield scenes that are different from one on one fights?
- What are some of the Elizabethan masters that teach us what Shakespeare would have done on stage?
- What kinds of weapons were popular on Shakespeare’s stage?
- …and more!
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