This blog started out as Michael Doherty's Personal Library, and it was reviews of books that normally don't get reviewed: basically porn and those insane cult books. It was all just a bit of fun, you understand. But both porn and cult propaganda get dull rather quickly. And when I embarked on a three-year Shakespeare study, Shakespeare basically took over, which is a good thing.
John Anderson’s Sundancing:
Hanging Out And Listening In At America’s Most Important Film Festival
contains one Shakespeare reference. This book about the Sundance Film Festival
features the thoughts of many of the folks who attended the festival in 1999.
Ann Russell says, “I produce, direct, and stage manage, and we’re doing a very
cute play which is Shakespeare set to music – which could potentially be awful
but the music is so good” (p. 193).
Out And Listening In At America’s Most Important Film Festival was
published in 2000 by Spike Books.