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Shakespeare Plays

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I set a goal to see 12 Shakespeare plays in my life; but up to the present I have seen 20...maybe I should double my goal and aim for 24!

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The Taming of the Shrew (1967), Zeffirelli

This is one of those movies you'd probably be shown in class to work with the play. I saw the wedding scene only in my Shakespeare in Fi...

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Two Gentlemen of Verona. Dir. Joe Dowling. Perf. Sasha Andreev, Sam Bardwell, Michael Booth, Sun Mee Chomet, Laura Esping, Nathaniel Fuller, Jonas Goslow, Hugh Kennedy, Jim Lichtscheidl, Valeri Mudek, Kris L. Nelson, Lee Mark Nelson, Isabell Monk O'Connor, Randy Reyes, John Skelley, and Wyatt Jensen. Guthrie Theatre Company. Minneapolis. 24 January—29 March 2009. The Guthrie has very kindly extended readers of Bardfilm a special price for tickets to its production of Two Gentlemen of Verona…

Henry V Kenneth Branagh. Written by William Shakespeare (by), Kenneth Branagh (adapted for the screen) Starring Kenneth Branagh, Derek Jacobi and Simon Shepherd Shakespeare Movies, Shakespeare Plays, William Shakespeare, Emma Thompson, Christian Bale, Movie List, I Movie, Henri V, Akira

Henry V (1989)

Kenneth Branagh makes his feature-film directorial debut with this adaptation of William Shakespeare's +Henry V. After the Chorus (Derek Jacobi) introduces the play, young king of England Henry V (Kenneth Branagh) begins an angry dialogue with King Charles of France (Paul Scofield). The king's son, Dauphin (Michael Maloney), insults Henry and the argument escalates into war. In flashback, Henry is seen as a young man drinking in a tavern with Falstaff (Robbie Coltrane), Bardolph (Richard…

Sir Laurence Olivier as Richard III in the 1955 film production! Shakespeare Characters, Shakespeare Plays, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare Festival, Richard 111, King Richard, Lawrence Olivier, The Hollow Crown, Timothy Dalton

King Richard III

King Richard III is the eponymous character and titular protagonist villain of William Shakespeare's play of the same name. He is a fictionalized version of the real historical figure. The play begins with Richard describing the ascension to the throne of his brother, King Edward IV of England, eldest son of the late Richard, Duke of York. Now is the winter of our discontent Made glorious summer by this sun of York; And all the clouds that lour'd upon our house In the deep bosom of the ocean…

Elements of time era: This time era explains the "re-birth" of art and its culture. At this time Shakespeare flourished with new styles of writing and acting that was preformed in the theatre. I Love Books, My Books, Books To Read, Computer Literacy, Shakespeare Plays, William Shakespeare, Information Literacy, Never Be Alone, Movies Playing

my grandmother read them all again for a class at the University that she took when she was 84 years old with my mother. Amazing mind.

much ado about nothing - movie with Emma Thompson is my favorite, but saw live in Shakespeare Festival Cedar City in 1995 and again in 2003 with Mike Wilcox commentary. Shakespeare Characters, Shakespeare Plays, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare Movies, Shakespeare Festival, Emma Thompson, Beatrice Much Ado About Nothing, Sigh No More, Complicated Love

Much Ado About Nothing (1993) [*** 1/2]

Branagh's highly entertaining and accessible take on one of the Bard's zestiest comedies.

A Midsummer Nights Dream DVD 1999 New Widescreen Michelle Pfeiffer Shakespeare Midsummer Night's Dream Movie, Shakespeare Midsummer Night's Dream, Midsummer Nights Dream, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare Plays, Shakespeare Movies, Ally Mcbeal, Michelle Pfeiffer, Love Movie

Watching Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream (1999) – Carol's Notebook

My husband and I sat down to watch A Midsummer Night’s Dream this past Friday, not a movie he would usually choose to watch, but he knows I’ve been enjoying Shakespeare month so he went along with it. The plot stays true to the play, which I talked about yesterday. Our story begins as Hermia […]

10 Shakespeare Quotes that you can use in Modern English. The English Language owes a huge debt of gratitude to William Shakespeare. Not only did he give us some of the world’s most memorable plays. William Shakespeare Frases, Shakespeare Plays, Shakespeare Quotes, Shakespeare Online, Shakespeare Macbeth, Shakespeare Festival, Bible As Literature, English Literature, August Strindberg

Shakespeare Festival in Utah (Cedar City) has been a better experience for me than plays I saw in Stratford-on-Avon...and so much closer!

Shakespearean Tragedy Macbeth is a tragedy. According to Aristotle, the tragic hero was a man who rose to a high position and then fell---usually to. Macbeth Witches, Shakespeare Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, Shakespeare Plays, William Shakespeare, Macbeth Themes, Tragic Hero, Teaching Resources

Shakespeare’s Tragic Protagonist Macbeth is a Study of the Evil that is in Every Human Heart: Ambition

What is true to the action of a tragedy is also true to the tragic protagonist for according to Aristotle, both must be ‘spondaious’: be brave, noble, and Solemn. The tragic protagonist has neither the unblemished goodness nor the unmitigated villainy. He is to Aristotle, the intermediate kind of personage, a man not preeminently virtuous of just, whose misfortune is brought upon him not by vice but by ‘some error of judgment’. Now we will judge Shakespeare’s Tragic Protagonist Macbeth's…

what an experience! Saw in Stratford Upon Avon in they staged it with an enormous white skull in the middle which dripped with blood when Caesar was murdered.actors slipped on the wet stage! Et Tu Brutus? Stratford Upon Avon, Shakespeare Plays, I Am Grateful, Musical Theatre, Over The Years, Blood, Stage, Middle, Skull

what an experience! Saw in Stratford Upon Avon in 1995,where they staged it with an enormous white skull in the middle which dripped with blood when Caesar was murdered...actors slipped on the wet stage! Et Tu Brutus?