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PlayShakespeare.com Podcast: Shakespeare Talks

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Rank #1: Shakespeare Talks #012 (David Crystal chats with Ron Severdia about Shakespeare and language.)

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Ron Severdia chats with professor David Crystal about Shakespeare's Original Pronunciation, his Hamlet Quarto discovery, Shakespeare's Words, and his love for "Twitterrhea".

Jun 10 2016
51 mins
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Rank #2: Shakespeare Talks #011 (Ralph Fiennes Discusses Coriolanus)

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David Cote interviews Ralph Fiennes at the Rubin Museum of Art about his love for Shakespeare and new film Coriolanus.

Mar 25 2012
48 mins
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Rank #3: Shakespeare Talks #010 (Nicholas Barter in Shanghai)

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Editor in Chief Christopher Adams interviews Nicholas Barter, former Principal of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), in Shanghai.

Feb 19 2012
24 mins
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Rank #4: Shakespeare Talks #009 (Cast of The New Theatre's Midsummer Night's Dream)

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Editor in Chief Christopher Adams interviews the cast of The New Theatre's touring production of A Midsummer Night's Dream in China.

Dec 15 2011
12 mins
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Rank #5: Shakespeare Talks #008 (Ben Crystal Talks About OP)

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Ron Severdia sits down with actor Ben Crystal to discuss playing the title role in Hamlet in original pronunciation.

Nov 21 2011
19 mins
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Rank #6: Shakespeare Talks #007 (Factory Theatre and Hamlet)

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PlayShakespeare.com Editor in Chief Chris Adams talks to the cast of a new kind of Hamlet at the Factory Theatre in London.

May 08 2011
14 mins
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Rank #7: Shakespeare Talks #006 (Swivel Theatre)

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PlayShakespeare.com Editor in Chief Chris Adams talks to the group behind the newly formed Swivel Theatre in London.Their inaugurual production of Othello won rave reviews.

May 07 2011
32 mins
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Rank #8: Shakespeare Talks #005 (Marlowe vs. Shakespeare)

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A thrilling look at two giants of the Elizabethan stage. Born in the same year as Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe died at the age of 29, having revolutionized English dramatic poetry with his dark, exuberant and wildly theatrical plays. The rivalry between these two great poets and Marlowe’s influence on Shakespeare’s work are the subjects of this evening, which features readings from the works of both playwrights and commentary by one of the world’s greatest Shakespeare scholars, James Shapiro (1599, Rival Playwrights and the forthcoming Contested Will). Performers include Obie Award winning actor John Douglas Thompson (Othello, The Emperor Jones), Red Bull Theater veteran Matthew Rauch (The Revenger’s Tragedy, Edward II), and Christopher Evan Welch (Festen, The Crucible). Directed by Michael Sexton. Recorded November 9, 2009 at the Kaye Playhouse.

Dec 25 2009
1 hour 14 mins
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Rank #9: Shakespeare Talks #004 (Lesley Currier)

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Lesley Currier discusses her past twenty years as Managing Director at the Marin Shakespeare Company and their current 2009 season. Interviewed by Denise Battista, Editor-in-Chief of PlayShakespeare.com.

Jun 30 2009
27 mins
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Rank #10: Shakespeare Talks #003 (Steven Skybell)

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Stage and screen actor Steven Skybell talks about his relationship with Shakespeare, Hamlet at the Globe, Richard II, and the power of verse. Interviewed by Michael Sexton, Artistic and Executive Director of The Shakespeare Society.

Mar 07 2009
39 mins
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