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December 16, 2011

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The following dramaturgical research and analysis was conducted for a theoretical production of Wendy Weiner’s Hillary: A Modern Greek Tragedy with a (Somewhat) Happy Ending as part of a class project at Boston University’s School of Theatre. Joel Cote joelandrewcote@gmail.com

Dramaturg’s Statement

December 16, 2011

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Hillary: A Modern Greek Tragedy with A (Somewhat) Happy Ending Dramaturg’s Statement Sexual scandals are omnipresent in the world of politics. Often these affairs are humorous, but they always have far-reaching, serious consequences on the lives of those involved, as well as their constituents. In recent months, we’ve seen the sordid sexual tales of Anthony […]

A Dramaturgical Concordance

December 16, 2011

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Hillary: A Modern Greek Tragedy with a (Somewhat) Happy Ending A Dramaturgical Concordance Travelgate (p. 9) – On May 19, 1993 the entire travel office department was fired by the Clinton Administration, under suspicion of criminal activity, to be investigated by the FBI. Later this was walked back to an administrative leave. The travel office, […]

World of the Play Images

December 16, 2011

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By following this link, you can gain access to the dramaturgical image gallery, hosted by Tumblr, that explores the world of the play.

Biographical Information on Key Players

December 16, 2011

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Here is a brief biography of Hillary Clinton. Here is a brief biography of William Clinton. Bonus: Here is a short clip of his saxophone performance on the Arsenio Hall Show. Here is a profile of Monica Lewinsky for New York Magazine. Here is a U.S. News & World Report article on Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s marital […]

Timelines

December 16, 2011

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Linked is an interactive timeline from the New York Times outlining Hillary Rodham Clinton’s life and career. Also, a timeline of the events surrounding the Clinton presidency.

Hillary Clinton Wellesley Commencement Speech

December 16, 2011

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Below is the text of Hillary Clinton’s Commencement Speech given at her graduation from Wellesley College in  1969. Part of her speech was improvised as an angered response to the address given by guest speaker Republican Senator Edward Brooke. Hillary was the President of the Wellesley College Government Association. “I am very glad that Miss […]