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Performing Shakespeare

Five Stars! This video is a nuts and bolts building block to support the acting curriculum. It is highly recommended for theatrical arts curriculum at the high school level or above. - Video Rating Guide For Libraries

Kathleen Conlin presents a unique and highly physical series of exercises that move from exploration of specific words and phrases through the development of complete Shakespearean scenes. This detailed process enables actors to merge visceral, physical, vocal and imaginative work with the demands of complex text.

75 min.
F618
$ 148.00
F618DVD
$ 148.00

The Shakespeare Conspiracy



Who was the man who wrote these plays and poems? Was the author a grain-dealer named William Shakespeare born in Stratford-upon-Avon or Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford? Why was there a 400 year-old conspiracy to hide the true author? This video provides a stimulating and controversial point of view that is bound to provoke classroom discussion and independent study of the Authorship issue. Drawing on original 16th century documents and the Oxford Bible, this film makes a full investigation into the lives of both men.

50 min.
B404
$ 59.95

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre - Restored



Almost four centuries after Shakespeare's original Globe Theatre commenced performances in 1599, Queen Elizabeth II officially opened the reconstructed Elizabethan Theatre in June 1997. To celebrate Shakespeare's work and to recreate performances with the original setting and effects for which Shakespeare wrote his greatest plays, the rebuilt and fully operational Globe provides a venue for teaching and studying. This video documents eighteen months of planning, rehearsal, location work and post-production by the Shakespeare Program of the University of California at Berkeley, culminating in this historically significant production of "Much Ado About Nothing." According to Hugh Richmond, Educational Director of the Shakespeare Globe Center, USA and Professor of English at the University of California at Berkeley, "This video showcases some of the ways in which performance on the original Shakespearean stage diverges from modern practice. The broad stage, pillars and accessibility of the audience require a dynamic choreography and outgoing style providing a fresh model for modern theater." Available with teachers guide.

30 min.

B403
$ 39.95

In The Steps Of William Shakespeare: Stratford



This program very nearly conjures up the presence of William Shakespeare: at the baptismal font in Holy Trinity Church, the house in which he was born; the King Edward VI School, which he attended; Anne Hathaway's Cottage along with additional Stratford paths and places.

20 min.

B402
$ 39.95

In the Steps Of William Shakespeare: London



This program follows the trail of William Shakespeare from Stratford to London, standing in the places where Shakespeare must have stood, as it visits 18 major sites associated with him and his plays. These include the Tower of London, St. Paul's Cathedral and the Middle Temple, George Tavern, Southwark Cathedral and the present Globe Theatre site.

22 min.

B401
$ 39.95

Discovering Shakespeare CDROM



An Interactive Journey Through Shakespeare's Life and Times. A must for enthusiasts and those discovering Shakespeare for the first time. Discovering Shakespeare is a colorful and entertaining odyssey filled with engaging information that will enhance your understanding of William Shakespeare. You'll interact with the places and events that shaped Shakespeare's life and provided the inspiration for his plays. Featuring: 60 minutes of England; 37 plays and sonnets; and tours of Shakespeare's England.



B972CDROM
$ 89.95

MacBeth CDROM



A great way to introduce students to the incomparably rewarding experience of Shakespeare's plays. With text, video, audio and graphics, you can show how entertaining and dynamic the plays can be. Watch skilled actors performing key scenes plus video commentaries and sound-effects which alert students to important words, passages and themes to help them fully understand the meaning of Shakespeare's plays.



B973CDROM
$ 89.00

Romeo & Juliet CDROM



A great way to introduce students to the incomparably rewarding experience of Shakespeare's plays. With text, video, audio and graphics, you can show how entertaining and dynamic the plays can be. Watch skilled actors performing key scenes plus video commentaries and sound-effects which alert students to important words, passages and themes to help them fully understand the meaning of Shakespeare's plays.



B974CDROM
$ 89.00


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