Women and men. Look at the relationships in the play and consider how the feminist approach illuminates them.
Are women in the play seen as subjects or objects? Do they define their qualities in their own terms, or are they defined by the standards and views (the "gaze") of others, especially men?
If a modern audience has problems with the play, is that the result of our perceptions or of the original play? What strategies might we adopt to deal with the problematic nature of the taming of Katherine? Should we not perform (or read) the play at all? Do we see it as a period piece, making allowances? Do we interpret it so it accords with our tastes? Are we being too serious about it all?
Are there any issues that the feminist approach does not clarify?
Farce and comedy. Look at the three plots and find examples of what you think are farcical and comical episodes. Are there any which could be staged in either mode?
Structure. Would you want to see the "frame" completed? How important is the plot of Bianca and her suitors? Why does Shakespeare include the final act after the plots have reached resolution