This week’s Shakespeare news review includes politics, an all-female Henry VI, season announcements, and a rescue dog. PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history.
- Shakespeare to anti-Trumpsters: ‘Thou dost protest too much’
- Q&A: A tale told by an idiot: Shakespeare and Trump
- Bring Down the House, a diverse, all-female Henry VI, tests Shakespeare’s universality
- Othello, Twelfth Night and more highlight Shakespeare Theatre Company’s 2017-18 season
- How Shakespeare, Cervantes connect at Pasadena’s A Noise Within
- Julius Caesar and A Midsummer Night’s Dream slated for The Public’s 2017 Shakespeare in the Park season
- Jessica Chastain: I was a Shakespeare geek who hated high school
- Rescue dog to star in Shakespeare performance
- Tamsin Greig as Malvolia is good for equality, and for raising standards in our theatre
- Shakespeare in the Vines’ Much Ado About Nothing for 2017
- Valley Shakespeare Festival to present Merry Wives Of Windsor
- Reedsburg troupe presents ‘Desperate Housewives of Shakespeare’
- Balt Shakespeare Factory opens 2017 season with historic Antony and Cleopatra
- Cymbeline by Strawdog (review)
- Much Ado About Nothing by Aquila Theatre Company–National Tour (review)
- Richard III by Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (review)
- Much Ado About Nothing by Bellevue Little Theatre (review)
01:45 – should be “Twelfth Night, Hamlet” not “Twelfth Night, Othello”
This podcast was recorded with a Yeti microphone by Blue Microphones on an iPad Air 2, using GarageBand for iOS. It was then edited in Adobe Audition Creative Cloud on a Dell Inspiron 3847 computer.
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