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The earliest known reference to The Tamer Tamed is a note in the office book of Henry Herbert, Master of the Revels, recording that on 18 October 1633 he had sent a messenger with a warrant to 'to suppress The Tamer Tamed, to the Kings players, for that afternoon .
It is generally agreed that the play was written around 1610-1, and previous commentators have often assumed that because The Tamer Tamed was performed by the King's Men in the 1630s it must originally have been intended for performance alongside The Taming of the Shrew at the Blackfriars and Globe.
Written 20 years after Shakespeare's original, but within his lifetime, The Tamer Tamed clearly demonstrates how attitudes to women were changing.
The Tamer Tamed is the play that all women, and men, should see and there are morals for both sexes to take on board.
It is a big pity you won't see The Taming Of The Shrew, but The Tamer Tamed sits well on its own.
In fact, I think there was a different buzz to the audiences who saw The Tamer Tamed without seeing Shrew first in Stratford.
LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON: Rory Kinnear (above) is starring in The Taming of the Shrew and The Tamer Tamed in Stratford and (left) his late father Roy whose acting talent has helped to inspire Rory to take to the stage
Adopting a crop that somebody else tamed certainly lies at the heart of human food production.
Appearing in both The Taming of the Shrew and The Tamer Tamed means a heavy work schedule but Jasper says he's been coping.
The Taming of the Shrew and The Tamer Tamed can be seen at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford until November 8.
The Tamer Tamed sees the women getting their revenge.
DIFFERENT ANGLE: Jasper Britton and Alexandra Gilbreath in The Tamer Tamed