Wednesday, I posted an audition piece I created last summer that combined both comic and dramatic beats in a single thematically related speech. A little bit of Parolles from All’s Well That Ends Well and a central speech of Angelo’s from Measure for Measure, and both dealing with the conceivable loss of virginity.
Today, I want to share some dramaturgical choices made in the construction of it…
This week’s Shakespeare news review podcast includes the good, the Bard, and the ugly, Netflix, and a boatload of reviews. PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history.
It’s Media Thursday, and since I didn’t head down to North Hollywood this week to catch the latest installment of Toil and Trouble’s “The Madhouse” Shakespearean burlesque, you’ll have to settle for something a little less…experiential.
This week’s Shakespeare news review podcast [YES, we’re back…finally] includes a fun quiz, a great think-piece on music, and some mixed reviews for Shakespeare’s Globe’s experiment. PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history.