I recently saw "Measure for Measure" at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater that was set in Revolutionary Cuba. Duke Vincentio was a Batista-like figure and Angelo quickly becomes a Castro-esque type. The real coup was the ending. Everyone walks off stage but Isabella and Barnardine who has been coded as a Marxist political prisoner. While propagandistic material is projected on a screen behind the stage, she watches him wrap himself in a revolutionary flag, thinks for a few moments and confidently throws off her nun's habit and raises her hand in a revolutionary gesture. It makes sense since she realized the Duke had been cynically using the power of the State and the Church when it suited him and Isabella was fanatical anyway so it was merely redirected.