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Between 28 and 30 June 2005, Professor Frank Occhiogrosso directed a second conference focused on performance criticism and scholarship at Drew University in Madison, NJ. Participants were treated to three days of excellent presentations from a variety of scholars and performance artists.
On 28 June, Arthur Kinney ("Shakespeare's Bells"), Andrew Gurr ("Sam Wanamaker's Invention: Lessons from the New Globe"), and Ralph Berry ("Hamlet, Then and Now: An Overview Since 1945") presented papers, and the recent film version of The Merchant of Venice was screened.
On 29 June, participants first heard Milla Riggio on "Demystifying Shakespeare Through Performance," with a response from Anne Gossage. I managed to catch the final moments of the second …