Theatre Every now and then, someone writes a sequel to something Shakespeare -- we find out if Isabella picked The Duke in 'Measure for Measure' or what happened to Rosalind after 'Twelfth Night'. But these appear in modern verse. Funny thing is that people were doing it while the bard was alive, and an example 'The Tamer Tamed' which was created as a kind of payback for those who found 'Taming of the Shrew' a bit uncomforable. Now that both plays are playing back to back at the RSC, and it's suggested that it wasn't just Will who was writing gold.

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