This week’s Shakespeare news review includes the comic No Holds Bard, Abraham in Shakespeare, and our boy Willy’s a PLAYA! PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history.
- No Holds Bard by Eric Gladstone
- Macbeth on screen: 7 great film versions of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy
- How Michael Fassbender became Macbeth to star in his first Shakespeare adaptation
- Door Shakespeare has Caesar, Midsummer in 2016 season
- Shakespeare website from OUP
- Shakespeare’s 74 death scenes in a single play more gory than Game of Thrones
- Shakespeare doesn’t deserve this monstering
- Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival sets 2016 season
- Comedy of Errors to highlight 2-show Tahoe Shakespeare slate in 2016
- William Shakespeare’s tryst with a female fan
- Shakespeare and Holinshed’s Chronicles
- 30-Second Shakespeare by Ros Barber and Mark Rylance (review)
- Love’s Labor’s Lost by City Theater Company (reivew)
- Abraham in Shakespeare
Stripes, written by Harold Ramis, Daniel Goldberg, and Len Blum, directed by Ivan Reitman, performed by Warren Oates, released in 1981 by Columbia Pictures.
“Highway 61 Revisited,” written and performed by Bob Dylan, released in 1981 on the album Highway 61 Revisited by Columbia Records.
This podcast was recorded with the built-in microphone on an Acer Chromebook C720, using AudioRecorder from gideon.weissman (webaudiodemos.appspot.com). It was then edited in Adobe Audition Creative Cloud on a Dell Inspiron 3847 computer.
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