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Giving Voice in Mike Lew’s «Teenage Dick»: Disability in a Modern Rewriting of Richard III

Par Méline Dumot

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This article examines a contemporary rewriting of Shakespeare’s ((Richard III)) by Chinese-American playwright Mike Lew. In his play ((Teenage Dick)) (2018), Lew gives a new voice to Shakespeare’s well-known villain. Noticing that one of the most famous disabled characters in theatre history is rarely – if ever – performed by a disabled actor, Lew centers his play on Richard’s experience as a disabled teenager. The play questions our current vision of disability, both in the theatrical (...)

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Méline Dumot

Elève normalienne ENS de Lyon

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Marilou Niedda

Etudiante en M2 ENS de Lyon

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Louise Bailly

Élève normalienne ENS de Lyon

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Vanessa Guignery

Professeur de littérature britannique contemporaine et de littérature postcoloniale ENS de Lyon

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Coline Pavia

Elève normalienne en Pré-Master ENS de Lyon

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Françoise Palleau-Papin

Maître de conférences Sorbonne Nouvelle

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