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TCA: Shakespeare’s History Pays: The First Miniseries

Industries / Entertainment Industry : Deadline Hollywood

Gareth Neame came to Summer TV Press Tour 2013 to talk about PBS’s broadcast of The Hollow Crown – NBCUniversal International’s filmed adaptations of four of Shakespeare’s most gripping history plays: Richard II, Henry IV, Part 1, H...

PBS Fall 20/13: Shakespeare, Superheroes, The Great American Hoax and More!

Entertainment : EclipseMagazine

PBS has set a very different fall season with a unique combination of literature, pop culture, and history. Great Performances takes four of William Shakespeare’s ‘history plays’ – Richard II, Henry IV, Parts I & II, and Henry V – a...

Pressing Play’s The Thing: Publisher Uses Apple’s iBooks Author Tool To Build iPad Editions Of Shakespeare

Technology : TechCrunch: Enterprise

Sourcebooks, a U.S. book publisher, has used Apple's iBooks Author tool to launch iPad editions of three Shakespeare plays on Apple's iBooks 2 store. The iBooks include extra content focused on the history of each play's performance...

450 Years of Juliets: On Women Making Shakespeare

Entertainment / Books : The Millions

The history of women interacting with Shakespeare's plays is also the history of women's rights, suffrage, and of the feminist movement. Shakespeare has been, and is, an uneasy ally.

Shakespeare at his freest and most exuberant: The Wars of the Roses reviewed

Arts : Night and Day

The RSC’s The Wars of the Roses solves a peculiar literary problem. Shakespeare’s earliest history plays are entitled Henry VI… The post Shakespeare at his freest and most exuberant: The Wars of the Roses reviewed appeared first on ...


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