Relevance of Shakespeare to the state of the nation

January 15, 2018
BusinessWorld and Philippine Daily Inquirer

William Shakespeare’S work is timeless in its themes and universal in its approach — such that one of his earliest and greatest works appears as if written especially for Filipinos.

Richard III (believed to have been written in 1592), is one of The Bard’s most famous tragic works, depicting the rise to power of Richard, duke of Gloucester, a ruthless man haunted by his hunched back and ugliness.