Republique Shakespeare…. A gigantic Magic Mirrors, in the middle a round stage surrounded on all sides by chairs which await the audience. No scenography only seven men in tank tops, military and rubber shoes. Men play men. Men play women. And men play women whilst dressed like men. That was also the case in Shakespeare’s time when women where not allowed to perform on stage. No costumes to clarify who is actually the woman and the man. “What Shakespeare really wanted, but did not dare to write straight at the time” (Martin Tulinius).