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Season 2015 | Bell Shakespeare →

Bell Shakespeare’s 2015 season has been announced: As You Like It, Hamlet, The Tempest, and Romeo and Juliet (with Sydney Symphony Orchestra). Looking forward to seeing Hamlet when it makes its way to WA.

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#hamlet  #As you Like It  #romeo and juliet  #The Tempest  #bell shakespeare  #australia  #news  #stage  #performance 
Shakespeare Unbound | Bell Shakespeare/ABC Splash →

Shakespeare Unbound is a new Bell Shakespeare initiative presented in partnership with online education portal ABC Splash, and featuring twelve free videos featuring scenes from six of Shakespeare’s most famous plays: Macbeth, Othello, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar and The Tempest. These videos are paired with 12 video commentaries from the director James Evans and cast members.

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#bell shakespeare  #video  #performance  #pedagogy  #macbeth  #hamlet  #the tempest  #othello  #julius caesar  #romeo and juliet 

The Tempest (dir. Teller). All photos: The Smith Center/Geri Kodey. More photos can be found here.

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#the tempest  #photo  #stage  #performance  #penn and teller 
Shakespeare's Globe on Screen - UK Dates, International Dates TBA →

The Tempest is the first to screen on 28 May, followed by Macbeth on 25 June. A Midsummer Night’s Dream will be screened from 15 July. See globeonscreen.com for details of screenings.

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#globe on screen  #globe theatre  #the globe  #news  #macbeth  #A Midsummer Night's Dream  #The Tempest  #performance  #film 
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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#Simon Russell Beale  #stage  #photo  #Royal Shakespeare Company  #Sam Mendes  #performance  #the tempest 

national-theatre:

Shakespeare productions at the National Theatre from 1970-1975

Here are six posters of our Shakespeare productions that we’ve staged at the National Theatre over the last 50 years.

     The Merchant of Venice (1970) directed by Jonathan Miller

     Coriolanus (1971) directed by Manfred Wekwerth and Joachim Tenschert

     Richard II (1972) directed by David William

     Macbeth (1972) directed by Michael Blakemore

     The Tempest (1974) directed by Peter Hall

     Hamlet (1975) directed by Peter Hall

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#national theatre  #poster  #richard ii  #hamlet  #macbeth  #the tempest  #Coriolanus  #the merchant of venice  #stage  #performance  #reblog 
Shakespeare’s The Tempest Narrative Map, by Mike Wirth. This map accompanied the program for a production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest on the campus of Queens University of Charlotte.

Shakespeare’s The Tempest Narrative Map, by Mike Wirth. This map accompanied the program for a production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest on the campus of Queens University of Charlotte.

(Source: ameeryoussef)

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#graphic design  #art  #the tempest  #reblog 
The 10 best theatre designs - in pictures | The Guardian →
Shakespeare productions are well represented in this list. The staging of The Tempest, in particular, sounds amazing.

fyeahsetsandprops:

This is interesting! I contains some of my favorite sets (Red, Sunday in the Park with George) and designers (Punchdrunk)

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#hamlet  #A Midsummer Night's Dream  #the tempest  #reblog  #stage  #stage design