This week’s Shakespeare news review includes “Decoding the Renaissance,” The Feast of Crispian veterans program, Ambition’s Debt, and Mike Tyson as Othello. PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history.
- From Shakespeare to the NSA
- How looking for ciphers in Shakesperae shaped modern cryptography
- Shakespeare’s Globe Macbeth to screen in movie theaters
- Lucasfilm… and Shakespeare?
- As You Like It by Cheek by Jowl
- Lisa Harrow to direct Twelfth Night at Portland Shakespeare Project
- Stratford Shakespeare Festival 2015 Season Trailer
- Love’s Labor’s Lost at University of Nebraska
- Wente Vineyards to host Livermore Shakespeare Festival
- It’s time to break the national monopoly on Shakespeare
- Mark Rylance on why you should hear and not see Shskesepeare
- Program helps veterans through words of Shakespeare
- Invasion and Triumph? Links between Roman Britain and Cleopatra
- New Julius Caesar Film (Kickstarter)
- The Tempest by Stagecraft Theatre
- Pericles by the Public Theater
- The Merry Wives of Windsor by Centenary Stage
- Macbeth by Stone Soup Shakespeare
- All’s Well That Ends Well by York Shakespeare Project
- Much Ado About Nothing at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey
- Pericles by Old Globe and University of San Diego
- As You Like It by California Shakespeare Company (review)
- King Lear by National Theatre (review)
- A Midsummer Night’s Dream by PlayMakers Repertory Theater (review)
- As You Like It by Shakespeare Theatre Company (review)
- Othello by the Illyrian Players (review)
- Mike Tyson as Othello?
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