By Tiobe Barron
The Besant Hill School theater department is doing revolutionary things with the Bard this spring. The school's latest play, "A Rose," is the performing arts department's self-professed "most ambitious theatrical extravaganza to date."
It is an adaptation of an adaptation of a long-lost play by William Shakespeare —- or a play, within a play, within a play, if you will. It all began with the Cardenio Project. Playwright Charles Mee and Harvard professor Steven Greenblatt collaborated on a play based on one