• Episodes,  Video

    Shakespeare Republic: #LoveTheBard – S2E3 Christopher Kirby as “Thomas More” #Shakespeare #WebSeriesWednesday #WebSeries

    Season Two continues … Episode Three of Season Two is now available on our Youtube channel for all the world to see!  We are delighted to be able to bring you the fabulous Christopher Kirby, playing a piece from Sir Thomas More for your viewing enjoyment. “Imagine that you see the wretched strangers, their babies at their backs …” Meet Shakespeare Republic’s “Thomas More”, played by Christopher Kirby, as he tries to convince a group of parliamentary peers the errors of their ways. “What do you do to your souls in doing this?” Shakespeare Republic: celebrating the brilliance of the Bard Guest Artists: Faran Martin & Vuyo Loko Parliamentary Committee Members: Katrina Climie,…

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    Shakespeare Republic: #LoveTheBard – S2E2 Falon Ryan as “Edmund” #Shakespeare #WebSeriesWednesday #WebSeries

    And so Season Two continues … Episode Two of Season Two is now available on our Youtube channel for all the world to see!  We are delighted to be able to bring you the talented Falon Ryan, playing a piece from King Lear for your viewing enjoyment. “Thou, nature, art my goddess; to thy law My services are bound.” Meet Shakespeare Republic’s “Edmund”, played by Falon Ryan, as she wrests with the complexities of the word “legitimate” as a woman looking for her place in a male-dominated world. “Now, gods, stand up for bastards!” Shakespeare Republic: celebrating the brilliance of the Bard Directed, Adapted & Edited by Sally McLean Written by William Shakespeare Produced by…

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    Shakespeare Republic: #LoveTheBard – S2E1 Stephen Costan as “Queen Margaret” #Shakespeare #ShakespeareSaturday

    So delighted to announce that Episode One of Season Two is now available on our Youtube channel for all the world to see!  We are delighted to be able to bring you the wonderful Stephen Costan, playing a piece from Henry VI, Part Three for your viewing enjoyment. “Was’t you that revell’d in our parliament, And made a preachment of your high descent?” Meet Shakespeare Republic’s “Margaret”, played by Stephen Costan, as he revels in his defeat of the rebel York in a dystopian near future, complete with kingly feast. “Off with the crown, and with the crown his head” Shakespeare Republic: celebrating the brilliance of the Bard Directed, Adapted…