The role of Lady Macbeth, far too "unsexed" (1901)

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Title

The role of Lady Macbeth, far too "unsexed" (1901)

Subject

unsexed

Description

A critical review of the three Shakespeare plays that competed in the Annual Content in Dramatic Representation at Colorado State Normal School, now known as the University of Northern Colorado. Of note, is the critique of the portrayal of Lady Macbeth, particularly the actress' inability to portray her character's transition from a properly sexed wife to an "unsexed" striver and murderess.

Creator

L.M.H.

Source

Colorado Historic Newspapers

Publisher

L.M.H., "The Contest in Dramatic Representation," The Crucible, Volume 9, Number 7, March 1, 1901, pp. 166.

Date

March 1, 1901

Contributor

Thomas R. Dunn (researcher)

Rights

Public domain -- published before 1926

Format

JPEG, PDF

Language

English

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Original Format

Newspaper

Files

Citation

L.M.H., “The role of Lady Macbeth, far too "unsexed" (1901),” Northern Colorado Queer Memory Project, accessed November 26, 2022, https://nocoqueermemory.omeka.net/items/show/82.