This week’s Shakespeare news review podcast includes disruptive audiences, troubled youth, friendship, and a boatload of reviews. PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history.
- As you like it! Royal Shakespeare Company encourages audience to be disruptive during plays in bid to make theatre more ‘chilled’ and inclusive
- Shakespeare program for troubled youth receives $15K grant
- Friendship in Shakespeare
- The Green Room: Is Shakespeare too difficult for modern audiences?
- A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Inferno Theatre (review)
- Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare on the Common (review)
- Coriolanus by Shakespeare in Clark Park (review)
- Venus and Adonis by Royal Shakespeare Company (review)
- Twelfth Night by Houston Shakespeare Festival (review)
- Richard III by Houston Shakespeare Festival (review)
- Hamlet by San Francisco Shakespeare Festival (review)
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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