“Othello” by shakespeare
Shakespeare’s Othello contains many themes, including madness, gender roles, family, royalty, and responsibility, though many more are to be found. The play has been dramatized by different directors at different times in history. Write a paper in which you compare the original version of the play and one film production, and make an argument about one of their portrayals of ONE of the play’s themes. In your discussion, you should make use of both the screen version, as well as the written version on which they are based. You must take into account Shakespeare’s descriptions and stage directions. You must make use of specific evidence and examples from the play in your paper to support your thesis.