So as time moves on I am becoming more and more dareing to touch the cannonised text of Mr William.
Anyway whatever we cannonise might not be the original one anyway, because these plays were never published in their time. Whats more, to prevent theft of the text playwrites never gave out the full play from their hands.
The actors only had their own lines and final words, so they would know when to start talking. There was one copy with the person who was an early version of the director, cross between play-master and a runner, or something.
Only later did they print the quatros and stuff, and it is a well-known fact that the order of the text might not be the original one.
Act and seens were only later introduced.
So, yes maybe I am butchering the holy text.
But than again, I might just recover its original beauty. The dramaturgy I am using is so organic and gentle, loving even - Shakespeare does not mind.
He wants me to be as dareing as possible.
What must be shall be.