Othello. Much Ado About Nothing. At first glance, this cross section of Shakespeare’s body of work doesn’t have many similarities: One is a sweeping tragedy, the other ends in two weddings. UW-Milwaukee’s Peck School of the Arts places these two works in conversation with each other in a performance series titled “Faith and Jealousy: The Responsibilities of Love,” and draws out common themes that may spark new ways of thinking about these plays.
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