Abstract:

William Shakespeare and Michael Jackson both cemented their fame with early major successes, work often considered their “greatest hits”; but neither of them stopped creating after that. In this month’s MJ Studies Today column, Kerry Hennigan challenges the popular perceptions of Shakespeare as an Elizabethan poet and playwright, and Jackson as a performer supposedly at his peak in the 1980s.

Access the article in the Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies, here: http://michaeljacksonstudies.org/mj-studies-today-lv/