This week’s Shakespeare news review includes some 2015 season announcements, “The Bard Laid Bare,” tips for directing Shakespeare, Michael Fassbender, Pulp Shakespeare, and some stage reviews. PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history.
- Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival announces 2015 season
- Tahoe Shakespeare Festival 2015 season
- Shakespeare at Notre Dame’s 2015 season
- Royal Shakespeare Company cinema dates
- More Royal Shakespeare Company cinema dates
- Stratford Festival presenting King Lear, King John, and Antony and Cleopatra in US cinemas in 2015
- Rogue Machine Theatre’s annual calendar “The Bard Laid Bare”
- 5 tips for the modern Shakespeare director
- The Swan, The Isle of Dogs, and The Interview by Bardfilm
- Judge turns to Shakespeare to decide on divorce case
- Bill by BBC Films
- Macbeth with Michael Fassbender
- Henry V by Orlando ShakespeareTheater
- Pulp Shakespeare by Combined Artform/Theatre Asylum
- Measure for Measure by Actors’ Shakespeare Project
- Much Ado About Nothing by the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey (review)
- Ideas of Order by Neil Rudenstine (reivew)
- Pericles by Chicago Shakespeare Theater (reivew)
- The Merchant of Venice at the Almeida (NY Times | Guardian reviews)
- The Tempest by Shakespeare Theatre Company (DCist.com | Fredericksburg.com | Communities Digest reviews)
Pulp Fiction, written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, 1994; distributed by Miramax Films
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