• Hip hop opera ‘Bombitty of Errors' unlocks Shakespeare for a new generation

    8 days ago - By Boston Herald

    Victoria Omoregie's early feelings about Shakespeare will resonate with a lot of people.
    “I used to absolutely, positively hate it,” Omoregie said about the Bard's work.
    After working with Christopher V. Edwards, the artistic director of Boston's Actors' Shakespeare Project, Omoregie began to see Shakespeare through a different lens.
    “I used to view Shakepearian language as complicated and boring,” the actor said. “Chris put Shakespeare in the context of rap and hip hop and I went, ‘Oh, shoot, I can actually get down with this.' I understand it now and all of the sudden I could relate to...
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