William Shakespeare's Star Wars Trilogy: The Royal Imperial by Ian Doescher
By Ian Doescher
May well the verse be with you! go back once again to a galaxy a ways, far-off with this retelling of George Lucas’s celebrity Wars® Trilogy within the form of the immortal William Shakespeare. This Royal Imperial Boxed Set contains all 3 volumes within the unique trilogy: Verily, a brand new Hope; The Empire Striketh Back; and The Jedi Doth Return.
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Nevertheless, the organisation did concede that female members could act in Catholic amateur groups as long as no men (not even priests) were involved (Pivato 1979b, 42–43). Marchesani Tonoli writes that already in the 1930s some amateur all- female theatre groups existed in Brescia, that they were led by nuns and, since males were not allowed in the cast or in the audience, that when necessary the girls would dress up as men (1998, 29). She mentions in particular the village of Cellatica (Brescia) where the all-girls theatre group would stage plays that lasted as long as four hours, to the delight of the exclusively female audience (1998, 73).
She should have a false, large, and ugly paper nose and a small mask that will make her as dark and ugly as possible” (quoted and translated in Weaver 2002, 144). One can imagine the amusement that such a character would have caused among the spectators and the fun that the young actress impersonating her would have had. The second is the frequent presence of gypsies as characters, which allowed for greater use of music, dance and colourful costumes. Furthermore, playwrights could exploit gypsies’ reputation for stealing and fortune telling to enliven the plot (Weaver 2002, 151).
L’eredità di madre Mazzarello passa nelle mani di madre Daghero (1881–1884). In Istituto Figlie di Maria Ausiliatrice: cronistoria, vol. 4, ed. Giselda Capetti. Roma: Scuola tipografica privata FMA. zip. Cervera, Juan. 2002. Historia crítica del teatro infantil español. Madrid: Editora Nacional, 1982. Edición digital: Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes. htm. Civitelli, Alessia. 2007. “L’oratorio delle Figlie di Maria Ausiliatrice a Torino Valdocco all’inizio del ‘900”. In L’educazione salesiana dal 1880 al 1922.