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This documentary follows theater director Mark Cole as he works with two college students preparing a play based on a film adaptation. The program introduces the viewer to the relevant scenes from the feature film followed by casting auditions and the thirteen weeks of rehearsals. Nothing is staged by the film crew. Audiences are exposed to script analysis, table reads, blocking, character develop...
Copyright Date: 2018
Marian overhears Sir Percival and Fosco plotting against Laura. But Marian falls ill and Sir Percival conceals her, telling Laura that she has gone to London. Fosco puts his sinister plan into action. Will Marian be able to save Laura?
Copyright Date: 2018
Walter, Marian, and Laura are forced into hiding from Sir Percival and Fosco. Sir Percival is haunted by the possibility of his secret being revealed, but Marian and Walter know they must discover it to prove his role in the conspiracy.
In "Julius Caesar," Brutus upholds liberty against tyranny. But what is tyranny? Presenter Brian Cox examines how William Shakespeare's play challenges all political systems and all definitions of tyranny, challenging us to wonder how well we even know ourselves.
Shakespeare shows us the brutal implications of high moral principles on both sides in this dark and complex comedy. Romola Garai examines this truly relevant tale of harassment and the abuse of male power.
F. Murray Abraham, who has played two great Jewish "villain" Shylock, from William Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice," explains European anti-Semitism in Shakespeare's time.
William Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" is an exquisite comedy of comparison and contrast. Helen Hunt, who has played Beatrice twice, investigates this finely balanced play through the testimonies of other actors who have played its major roles.
Antony Sher’s 1977 interpretation of the infamous villain, Richard III, defined the role for a generation. This is the story of how Shakespeare created both a loathsome and brilliant manipulator and a real man who sat on the throne.
Simon Russell Beale presents "The Winter’s Tale," an intense, psychological drama that is driven by passion and obsession. In this play, William Shakespeare pushes theatrical technique to its limits and offers us an astonishing ending that resonates with hope.
Walter Hartright encounters a ghostly woman dressed in white. He offers help, but later discovers she had escaped from a lunatic asylum. At Walter's new job, he learns of a connection between his pupils and the mysterious woman in white.
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