Observe a strange event: Timon of Athens, Seattle

  • Sean Henry University of Victoria

Abstract

A review of Seattle Shakespeare Company's 2018 production of Timon of Athens.

Author Biography

Sean Henry, University of Victoria

Sean Henry teaches in the English Department of the University of Victoria, British Columbia. His chief scholarly focus is on Renaissance literature, particularly the works of Edmund Spenser, and on the history of early modern zoology. He has published on Spenser, Sidney, Queen Elizabeth, and Renaissance animals. He serves on the executive committee of Spenser at Kalamazoo and has served as a member of the board of directors of the International Sidney Society. He has lately been examining the role of rivers in the lyric poetry of Michael Drayton, and continues to work on a book-length study of the role of animals in Spenser’s poetry.

Timon
Published
2019-10-23
Section
Performance Reviews