Shakespeare is everywhere. Here are places we can find him today.
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"The Hollow Crown" from #BBC presents adaptations of Shakespeare's history plays, Richard II, Henry IV parts 1 & 2, and Henry V.
The Hollow Crown - BBC Two
Folger Digital Texts. Online texts based on the Folger Editions, with free downloads of the source code.
In the season finale of the BBC America program Copper, the Booth Brothers perform Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. The episode incorporates some historic facts, as the Booth Brothers actually did perform Julius Caesar in New York City in 1864. #JuliusCaesar #Copper
The homepage of the town of Stratford-upon-Avon, where William Shakespeare was born in 1564. #Stratford
The World Shakespeare Festival. On through December 2012.
Songs with Shakespeare-inspired lyrics. Featuring the music of Sting, Loreena McKennitt, The Tragically Hip, Bob Dylan, and more.
Play On-Folger Shakespeare Library
Young artist Kevin Stanton creates striking paper-cut illustrations to accompany Shakespeare's plays.
Shakespeare Quarterly, the leading journal of Shakespeare studies. #ShakespeareQuarterly https://www.press.jhu.edu/journals/shakespeare_quarterly/ Things Shakespeare, Shakespeare Study, Syracuse Shakespeare, Shakespeare Libraries, Folgers Shakespeare, Shakespeare Festivals, Study Shakespeare, Shakespeare Quarter
Totally handy search engine for Shakespeare's plays - great for looking up key words, lines, or a character's speeches.