GRSF introduces Shakespearean characters to the world of social media in this Shakespeare edition of the wonderful “Mean Tweets” sketch on Jimmy Kimmel …
The Shakespeare scene from Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s movie Winter Sleep – winner of the Palme d’Or at 2014 Cannes Film Festival. Subscribe to Nuri Bilge Ceylan: Follow NBC Film on Twitter: Like NBC Film on Facebook: Winter Sleep (Kış Uykusu) is a 2014 Turkish drama film directed by famous Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan. The story set in Anatolia and examines the significant divide between the rich and the poor… Read Article →
BREAKING NEWS: Overly Sarcastic Productions has a twitter now! Check it out: This was originally for my English class, but what the heck. This six-minute video explains in short what Shakespeare graced us with in long: the classic comedy Much Ado About Nothing. A tale of romance, humor, and plain-dealing villainy you’ll almost certainly be forced to read at least once in your lifetime. If this one works out, I… Read Article →
“Shakespeare Country” will take you on a journey , not only through the life of the great Bard of Avon, but also across the beautiful Warwickshire countryside that he knew, loved and never forgot his whole life long. Visit his birthplace in the picturesque Stratford upon Avon and follow his meteoric rise to fame and fortune.
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William Shakespeare may have been writing his plays four hundred years ago, but 8 year-olds still know who he is today. That’s because his plays are still performed and his stories have influenced movies and songs and even the way we speak! Let Mister Q tell you all about it. Hello everybody. Thanks for clicking on thisvideo to hang out with me today. One of the things we've been studying… Read Article →
Professor James Shapiro discusses how, for over two centuries, the works of Shakespeare have been a prism through which crucial American issues—revolution, slavery, war, social justice—were refracted, debated, and understood. Get “Shakespeare in America” here: Shakespeare in America by which I mean Shakespeare from the revolution until the early 21st century is the story that has never been told and for me it's a thrilling story it turns out that… Read Article →
Touring the UK and Europe throughout Summer 2015, performed on a small-scale, Elizabethan-style stage. Check the website for full dates and venues: Claudio loves Hero and Hero Claudio and nothing seems capable of keeping them apart. Claudio’s friend Benedick loves Beatrice and Beatrice Benedick, but (because neither will admit it) nothing seems capable of bringing them together. Only the intrigues of a resentful prince force Benedick to prove his love… Read Article →
How did Japan make the Bard Japanese? A compare and contrast between English and Japanese classical theater, as seen through a classic film. All third party clips are used under Fair Use. Follow me on Twitter: Tumblr: Or see my archive on Chez Apocalypse: Support me on Patreon: now from an Indiana fellow to a Japanese Macbeth I can say with confidence that the director of this film will easily… Read Article →
On the Bard’s 450th birthday, find out how Shakespeare became Shakespeare. A new play based on the film Shakespeare in Love, adapted by Lee Hall, has its world premiere in the West End in July 2014. In the first of three videos about the production, author James Shapiro and director Declan Donnellan explore how ‘we are still wrestling with the questions posed by his plays’. hello and welcome this summer… Read Article →
On The Love Book app, available at your app store, there are over 70 audio tracks included. Alongside Tom Hiddleston, readers on the app are Helena Bonham Carter, Emma Watson, Damian Lewis, Helen McCrory and Gina Bellman. Download it now – only £1.99 on Apple and Android App stores. On this video, the actor Tom Hiddleston reads Shakespeare’s iconic Sonnet 18, ‘Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day’ from… Read Article →
Joseph Hewes reviews J. Thomas Looney’s Shakespeare Identified in Edward de Vere, the Seventeenth Earl of Oxford. J. Thomas Looney’s Shakespeare Identified (1920) began the modern Oxfordian movement and made Oxford the most popular anti-Stratfordian candidate. ladies and gentlemen this is just phew thank you for watching this video as many of you know if you've watched any of my videos if you're familiar with me as a person you'd… Read Article →
Professor Wendy Doniger PhD, University of Chicago speaks on Marlowe’s “Dr. Faustus”
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The Shakespeare Authorship Question has never been so funny or so relevant. Ten minutes of selected scenes from Keir Cutler’s new hit monologue, “Shakespeare Crackpot.” Filmed live at the 2014 Montreal Fringe Festival. Directed by TJ Dawe. www.keircutler.com THE REVIEWS! “I’m always a good listener when in the presence of a fine storyteller and I would gladly listen to any of Dr Cutler’s seminars. What followed was a thoughtful and… Read Article →
Shakespeare Authorship Question has never been more fun! Mark Twain’s hilarious (1909) debunking of the myth that William Shakespeare wrote the works of …
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As part of the Shakespeare Reimagined festival, Chapman University professors and students collaborate and share their views on the play Hamlet. Professor Kent Lehnhof analyzes the characters and how the play distinguishes itself from those before it. Learn More: I'm just gonna give a few general remarks about the play and start with questions of dating our best guess is that Shakespeare wrote Hamlet sometime between $15.99 and 1602 and… Read Article →
Wiam stopped going to school after fleeing Syria more than a year ago. However she plays a star role in “Shakespeare in Zaatari” which has inspired her to become an actress. Information for media: If you would like to use this video to communicate refugee stories or require B-Roll, transcripts, stills or much more information, please contact us at [email protected] or [email protected] — UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, works to… Read Article →