This week’s video Shakespeare news review includes 2019 season announcements, a racist denouncement, Branagh’s new movie, and a lot of reviews. PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history.
- Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival announces its 2019 lineup
- Kenneth Branagh’s Shakespeare movie All Is True acquired by Sony Classics
- Much Ado About Nothing: William Shakespeare is slammed as a racist who helped spread ‘white supremacy’ on Q&A
- As You Like It, Caesar part of 2019 Shakespeare Festival lineup
- This tiny picture on Twitter contains the complete works of Shakespeare
- William Shakespeare is the most Instagrammed author of all time, according to this study
- An immersive Shakespeare experience, Macbeth: Come Like Shadows
- Unrehearsed Shakespeare Janus series brings Caesar to the stage
- King John by Folger Library (reviews: DC Theatre Scene | DCist)
- The Tempest by Theatre Coup d’Etat (reviews: Star-Tribune | CityPages)
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