Two Slaves and a Hurricane Stir Up a Youthquake

Motus’s ‘Nella Tempesta’ Evokes Shakespeare’s Stormy Play – NYTimes.com.

What it does do is convey the belief that nothing will come of nothing, as another tyrant out of Shakespeare, King Lear, observed — that stasis breeds only more stasis. Tempests may destroy, but they have the virtue of sweeping people into action. And for as long as this determined, resourceful company is in extravagant, unceasing motion onstage, you may even believe that world-shaking change is possible after all.

 

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