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A scattershot podcast about William Shakespeare and his works.
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Latest episode: December 31, 2014 | 7:36 pm - Coriolanus

57 episodes

Displaying episodes 57 through 37
Coriolanus December 31, 2014 | 7:36 pm
Coriolanus is a guy whose name ends with the word "anus". There's nothing we can do about that. If you want to hear about the play, you can listen Here! Some articles on Coriolanus: Revisting Shakespeare's Coriolanus: New York Times T.S. Eliot on Shakespe
The Hollow Crown November 30, 2014 | 4:59 pm
It's no wonder everyone suggested we watch Hollow Crown, it's an excellent production. We talk about it Here! The Globe Player is a great source of performances at the Globe Theater. Check it out!Indian version of Hamlet on NYTimes15 Minute Hamlet
Richard III September 29, 2014 | 11:00 pm
Our episode on Richard III is more rushed than a usual episode because the play is extremely long. I'd like to come back to it to explore some of the interesting details we skipped. If anyone would like to hear that kind of episode, let us know! Kevin Spa
BookClub 2 July 28, 2014 | 11:14 am
To celebrate our third season, we thought we'd make an episode no one was asking for: another book club! The books we talk about: The Science of Shakespeare by Dan FalkThe Secret Life of William Shakespeare by Jude MorganOphelia by Lisa KleinThe Book of W
Hamlet Act V June 25, 2014 | 1:01 pm
This is our 50th episode! The next episode is the beginning of season three, with our second Book Club episode. Hamlet Act V is an odd one, like the rest of Hamlet. Please vote on what you want the next episode to be!
Hamlet at the Guthrie June 10, 2014 | 9:36 am
We went to see Hamlet at the Guthrie! Then we made a podcast about what we thought. We also talk about the Patreon campaign to support the podcast. This does not count as an "episode" in terms of Patreon. Just a little bonus! Our next episode is Hamlet Ac
Hamlet Act IV May 16, 2014 | 9:30 pm
We talk about Hamlet, Act IV. People start dying. I think we're going to do an episode about Polonius Laertes and Ophelia later. Especially considering whether they are necessary to the play. New websites! Tumblr  Patreon Patreon guide: Patreon is a
Patronage April 21, 2014 | 10:44 pm
Our choice of the theme for This Episode was not a coincidence: We're starting a Patreon campaign, so Patronage in Shakespeare's time seemed appropriate. The Patreon page can be found HERE. You can set an automatic donation to the podcast with the release
Hamlet Act III February 21, 2014 | 10:28 am
Act III is really good. In fact, we skimmed over it a bit too fast, and I think we're going to have to have an episode about the monologues at some point. The monologues are so important, and have so much content, they certainly justify it. For more info
Hamlet Act II November 28, 2013 | 10:06 pm
Act II is a lighter part of Hamlet. More jokes, fewer ghosts. We find out a lot about our characters. Anne Barton, a Shakespeare critic, recently died, if you want to find some of her writing, try out her page on the New York Review of Books, she's pretty
Hamlet Act II November 20, 2013 | 10:49 am
Act II is a lighter part of Hamlet. More jokes, fewer ghosts. We find out a lot about our characters. Anne Barton, a Shakespeare critic, recently died, if you want to find some of her writing, try out her page on the New York Review of Books, she's pretty
Interview: Much Ado About Nothing October 12, 2013 | 4:18 pm
We're happy to reveal our secret project: an interview of the Six Elements Theater Company! They're putting on Much Ado About Nothing soon, and we were very fortunate to be able to interview them about it. Our next episode is Hamlet: Act II. Information r
Interview: Much Ado About Nothing October 03, 2013 | 2:01 pm
We're happy to reveal our secret project: an interview of the Six Elements Theater Company! They're putting on Much Ado About Nothing soon, and we were very fortunate to be able to interview them about it. Our next episode is Hamlet: Act II. Information r
Hamlet Act I September 02, 2013 | 11:22 am
We're doing Hamlet in a series of five Acts. I think it's a way that we can look at the development of the story and characters as we go through it. Here's Act I. Warning, if you haven't seen Hamlet, or know the story, I'd strongly advise seeing it before
The Taming of the Shrew June 26, 2013 | 11:33 am
iTunes link doesn't seem to be working at the moment, but the episode is still available through this link. (Is there anyone out there who runs a server that could host these episodes? Our current solution may not be working.) I think that Taming of the S
BardCast BookClub June 26, 2013 | 11:17 am
Our new episode is about some Shakespeare books. Kill All the Lawyers?: Shakespeare's Legal Appeal Narrow interest matter, but well written and some interesting sections  Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human Full of opinions, some of them insightf
BardCast BookClub June 25, 2013 | 11:18 pm
Our new episode is about some Shakespeare books. Kill All the Lawyers?: Shakespeare's Legal Appeal Narrow interest matter, but well written and some interesting sections  Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human Full of opinions, some of them insightf
The Taming of the Shrew April 25, 2013 | 12:46 pm
iTunes link doesn't seem to be working at the moment, but the episode is still available through this link. (Is there anyone out there who runs a server that could host these episodes? Our current solution may not be working.) I think that Taming of the S
Shakespeare's Histories March 30, 2013 | 10:07 pm
Shakespeare's Histories are an odd category; they don't encompass all of the Shakespearean plays that are from historical events. I prefer to think of them as "Shakespeare's modern history", since they are events whose effects still mattered in Shakespear
Shakespeare's Histories March 30, 2013 | 6:11 pm
Shakespeare's Histories are an odd category; they don't encompass all of the Shakespearean plays that are from historical events. I prefer to think of them as "Shakespeare's modern history", since they are events whose effects still mattered in Shakespear


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