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The Greatest Shakespearean Stage Fights

The Royal Shakespeare Company celebrates #RSCFightWeek this week. To mark the occasion, take a look at some of the sexiest, angriest and most strikingly choreographed stage fights from the Company’s recent history.

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Simon Russell Beale (as Ariel) in Sam Mendes’ production of The Tempest (1993). Photo by Reg Wilson © RSC.

Simon Russell Beale (as Ariel) in Sam Mendes’ production of The Tempest (1993). Photo by Reg Wilson © RSC.

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BBC unveils appointments for Nicholas Hytner and Vicky Featherstone in arts push | The Stage →

…celebrating the opening of the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, which will include a two-hour documentary looking at Jacobean theatre, and BBC4 broadcasting the playhouse’s opening production, The Duchess of Malfi, starring Gemma Arterton…

…Meanwhile, the BBC has also announced the Shakespeare Project for 2016, which will include further filmed adaptations of Shakespeare’s history plays from the team behind The Hollow Crown for BBC2.

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Trailer | Henry IV Parts I & II | Royal Shakespeare Company

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News of our new season (2014) | RSC →

Love’s Labour’s Lost and Love’s Labour’s Won (also known as Much Ado About Nothing) will play as a double-bill.

Both plays will be directed by Christopher Luscombe, broadcast live to cinemas and streamed free to schools.

Both productions will share a setting based on a splendid country house just before and just after the First World War. Edward Bennett and Michelle Terry will play the lovers in both productions.

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flawless commentary
I concur - great commentary and I agree with all of it. Loved Richard II and can’t wait to watch it again on DVD/BluRay when it’s released next year.

shredsandpatches:

harkerling:

slightly elaborated-on RSC Richard II thoughts!

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Now I don’t have to write one because I agree 100% with all of this!

I’m going to write one anyway. But this one is terrific.

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Top: Peter O’Toole as Hamlet (1963, The National Theatre), and Macbeth (1980, The Old Vic)
Bottom: As Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew (1960, RSC)

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Antony and Cleopatra | Act V, scene 2 | 2013 | Royal Shakespeare Company

"Think you there was, or might be, such a man/As this I dream’d of?"

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Antony and Cleopatra trailer | Royal Shakespeare Company

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