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Radio Plays and Zoom Greek

  • 1.  Radio Plays and Zoom Greek

    Posted 23 days ago
    Sorry the graphics take up so much room but I thought all of these might be of interes.
    Here's some things that might help you with next season:

    Seeking Shakespeare in the Park This Summer? Turn on Your Radio
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    Seeking Shakespeare in the Park This Summer? Turn on Your Radio
    The coronavirus pandemic this year prompted the Public Theater to cancel its annual Free Shakespeare in the Park festival - it just didn't seem possible to protect the health of either the audience or the cast.
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    How André Holland and Company Brought 'Richard II' to Radio

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    How André Holland and Company Brought 'Richard II' to Radio
    What was meant to have opened Shakespeare in the Park's season has found new life as a four-part audio play with resonance in the wake of Black Lives Matter. On the list of questions you've probably never considered is how to describe what spitting sounds like. Phlegmy? Yes. Wet? Sure.
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    'Richard II' Review: A Radio King With a Tottering Crown

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    'Richard II' Review: A Radio King With a Tottering Crown
    Electric performances, led by André Holland, transcend didacticism in an audio rendition that replaced a Shakespeare in the Park production. Richard II NYT Critic's Pick You say you want a revolution. Well, you know - we all wanna rule the world.
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    Live From Epidaurus: The Persians by Aeschylus

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    Live From Epidaurus: The Persians by Aeschylus
    For the first time ever, an ancient Greek drama performance will be streamed live, from the ancient theater of Epidaurus, often called "the world's most beautiful theater."
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    Bacchae, Euripides - Reading Greek Tragedy Online

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    Bacchae, Euripides - Reading Greek Tragedy Online
    A reading and discussion of Euripides' Bacchae (translated by Theodore Alois Buckley). Nichole Bird, Vincent Brimble, Sarah Finigan, Tony Jayawardena, Richar...
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