Shakespeare

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The Bardathon: Introduction

The Bardathon: 1 – The Two Gentlemen of Verona

The Bardathon: 2 – The Taming of the Shrew

The Bardathon: 3 – The Henry VI Plays, and Richard III

The Bardathon: 4 – Titus Andronicus

The Bardathon: 5 – The Comedy of Errors

The Bardathon: 6 – Love’s Labour’s Lost

The Bardathon: 7 – Romeo and Juliet

The Bardathon: 8 – A Midsummer Night’s Dream

The Bardathon: 9 – Richard II

The Bardathon: 10 – King John

The Bardathon: 11 – The Merchant of Venice

The Bardathon: 12 – Henry IV – Parts 1 & 2

The Bardathon: 13 – The Merry Wives of Windsor

The Bardathon: 14 – Much Ado About Nothing

The Bardathon: 15 – Henry V

The Bardathon: 16 – Julius Caesar

The Bardathon: 17 – As You Like It

The Bardathon: 18 – Hamlet

The Bardathon: 19 – Twelfth Night

The Bardathon: 20 – Troilus and Cressida

The Bardathon: 21 – Measure for Measure

The Bardathon: 22 – Othello

The Bardathon: 23 – All’s Well That Ends Well

The Bardathon: 24 – Timon of Athens

The Bardathon: 25 – King Lear

The Bardathon: 26 – Macbeth

The Bardathon: 27 – Antony and Cleopatra

The Bardathon: 28 – Coriolanus

The Bardathon: 29 – Pericles

The Bardathon: 30 – Cymbeline

The Bardathon: 31 – The Winter’s Tale

The Bardathon: 32 – The Tempest

The Bardathon: 33 – Henry VIII

The Bardathon: 34 – The Two Noble Kinsmen

Othello and Otello

The BBC Shakespeare

“This is Illyria, lady”

Is Shakespeare still our contemporary?

The finest decade: 1601-1610

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon

We’ll hear a play…

Shakespeare for the MTV generation

Shakespeare for the MTV generation: continued

“Antony and Cleopatra”, Chichester Festival Theatre, 2012

Beef-witted lords

“Coriolanus” revisited

The three Hamlets

Directing “Hamlet” in one’s mind

All is but toys

The “tragic flaw” in Shakespeare

What makes characters tragic?

Prince Hal, Hamlet, and Antony: parallels and contrasts

The BBC Shakespeare: King Lear (1982)

Tales from Shakespeare

A dog barks at Sir Oracle

Shakespeare just got more beautiful

The cause of thunder

Gloucester’s mock-suicide

The two King Lears

“King Lear” at the National Theatre

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