"Acclaimed actor Derek Jacobi and Mark Rylance, the former artistic director of Shakespeare's Globe Theater in London, unveiled a 'Declaration of Reasonable Doubt' on the authorship of Shakespeare's work Saturday, following the final matinee of 'I am Shakespeare,' a play investigating the bard's identity, in Chichester, southern England. . . ." -- - Yahoo! News
The declaration put forward by theCoalition — signed online by nearly 300 people — aims to provoke new research into who was responsible for the plays, sonnets and poems attributed to the writer.
Jacobi and Rylance presented a copy of the document to William Leahy, head of English at in west London and head of the first graduate program in Shakespeare Authorship Studies, which begins this month."
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Coalition aims to expose Shakespeare: