This week’s Shakespeare news review includes the announcement of 2015 Free Shakespeare in the Park Season, a Gwich’in Midsummer, the identity of the enigmatic ‘Mr WH’ to whom the sonnets are dedicated, and Kenneth Branagh doing The Winter’s Tale in October. PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history.
- Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company team up
- Maxine Peake’s Hamlet coming to cinemas
- KUAC and Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre make a Dream-y pair
- Branagh to bring The Winter’s Tale to the West End
- Has the mystery of Shakespeare’s Sonnets finally been solved?
- Brian Blessed forced to withdraw from King Lear on doctor’s orders
- Piya Behrupiya at Centrepoint Theatre
- Shakespeare in North Carolina
- As You Like It by Nutley Little Theater
- Public Theater announces 2015 Free Shakespeare in the Park Season
- Pulp Shakespeare by Theater Asylum (review)
- Cymbeline by Saskatoon Shakespeare Lab
- Cymbeline by Saskatoon Shakespeare Lab (review)
- InterstelLEAR by Banshee Shakespeare Company (review)
This podcast was recorded using a Blue Snowball microphone onto an ASUS laptop, using Audacity recording software. It was then edited in Adobe Audition Creative Cloud on a Dell Inspiron 3847 computer.
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