While skeptics like Mark Rylance still insist that Shakespeare did not write Shakespeare’s plays, most scholars still credit the bard of Avon with the works that bear his byline. That’s Robert Brustein’s opinion, and in his latest play he examines a year in the life of young Will (to wit, 1593) and his various liaisons.
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