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Right from its famous opening scene which begins, “Thunder and lightning. Enter Three Witches” The Tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare holds the reader fast in a stirring, monumental experience that plumbs the depths of the human soul and reveals its most morbid secrets. The play is set in medieval Scotland. It is based partly on historical facts and recounts the tale of Macbeth, who was a king in Scotland, according to The Holinshead Chronicles, a book published in 1577. This book was ...
 
Shakespeare's classic tale of murder and intrigue, this script reading includes stage cues and character names.
 
Performed by Leaving Certificate groups from secondary schools in Co. Monaghan and Alan Stanford.
 
Librivox volunteers bring you seven readings of The Witches' Brew from Act IV Scene I of MacBeth, by William Shakespeare. This was the weekly poetry project for October 26, 2014.
 
Macbeth is a play written by William Shakespeare. It is considered one of his darkest and most powerful tragedies. Set in Scotland, the play dramatizes the corroding psychological and political effects produced when its protagonist, the Scottish lord Macbeth, chooses evil as the way to fulfill his ambition for power. He commits regicide to become king and then furthers his moral descent with a reign of murderous terror to stay in power, eventually plunging the country into civil war. In the ...
 
Shakespeare High: Your Shakespeare Classroom on the Internet joins the podcasting revolution to enhance your study and enjoyment of Shakespeare!
 
Phillip Kelly and Jonathan Redding of the Los Angeles Theatre Ensemble bring you Advice to the Players, a podcast about exploring theme, character, and acting choices in Shakespeare's plays.
 
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Something Wicked
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Something Wicked is an investigation into one of the most interesting cases in criminal history. One that seems simple but is most definitely not.facebook.com/somethingwickedpodcastfacebook.com/knightfallstudiostwitter - @wickedpdcstFor fans of true crime, ID, mystery, fiction, radio plays, fans of shows like serial, tanis, the black tapes, limetown, welcome to nightvale, and my favorite murder, and of course fans of slightly silly re-tellings of Shakespeare's greatest plays.Cast:Mattew Macb ...
 
This is truly a delightful compilation of some of the best known and loved passages from William Shakespeare's plays. Most readers would be familiar with all or at least some of them. If you've studied Shakespeare in school or college, plays like The Merchant of Venice and Macbeth were probably assigned texts. However, if you haven't encountered these plays before, Shakespeare Monologues is a great volume to browse through and enjoy at leisure. It's important to know that there is a distinct ...
 
Films made by the students of East Hollywood High School
 
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East Hollywood Films
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A collection of short films by the students of East Hollywood High School
 
Opening with an introduction to the life of the most famous Englishman of all, William Shakespeare, Edith Nesbit captures the reader's imagination in her inimitable way. Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare is a compendium of stories that re-tells some of his most famous plays. As the author of some of the best-loved children's classics like The Railway Children and The Story of the Treasure Seekers, E Nesbit always felt that children should be introduced to Shakespeare in an easier and more e ...
 
Arguments & Grievances is a live comedy series and podcast featuring comics debating outlandish topics. Featuring hand-picked local comedians, the show pits opponents against each other on such topics as “McRib vs. MacBeth” and “Hugs vs. Drugs”—with audiences deciding the victor. Produced by Chicago comedians Kevin White, Zach Peterson, Goodrich Gevaart, and Kevin Brody, the Arguments & Grievances podcast is available on iTunes. Hailed by the Chicago Reader as “excellent” and featuring “some ...
 
Blogger Baby Mac Beth (www.baby-mac.com) discusses all the big issues (not) with her neighbour 'over the back fence'
 
Gordon Bottomley's verse drama in two scenes is a prequel to Shakespeare's Macbeth. He provides Lady Macbeth with a name - Gruach - and imagines her family life and how she meets Macbeth. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett)CastDomhnal: Algy PugMorag: Caprisha PageFern/Girl: Arielle LipshawConan: mbGruach/First Young Woman/Narrator: Elizabeth KlettThe King's Envoy: Bruce PirieSecond Young Woman: April GonzalesMarget: Tricia GFirst Man: ToddSecond Man: Chuck WilliamsonAudio edited by Elizabeth Klett
 
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Golden Triangle
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Golden Triangle sounds like a heavy garage band fronted by the mad witches from Macbeth were doused with the B-52s
 
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Quit Your Witchin'!! This week we're cast under the spell of the 80s family sitcom Free Spirit! It's the second most famous all-ages witch comedy to air on TGIF. Folks, we were tired, and we were drinking, and recorded it merely hours before it needed to be uploaded. It may be incoherent, and we may be insufferable, but one thing is for sure: i ...…
 
Richard Strauss in 1936 We celebrate the birth of the composer Richard Strauss, who was born on June 11, 1864, 154 years ago today. I will pull no punches here: in my humble (but happily expressed) opinion, Richard Strauss was one the greatest composers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He was a melodist and musical dramatist on near p ...…
 
Horror Addicts Episode# 154 SEASON 13 “We’re CURSED!!!” Horror Hostess: Emerian Rich Intro Music by: Valentine Wolfe ——————— theater/theatre curses crescendo of darkness, special guest: h.e. roulo, ornamenti d’oro, phantom of the opera, witches stew http://traffic.libsyn.com/horroraddicts/HorrorAddicts154.mp3 Find all articles and interviews at ...…
 
CATS-nominated for her starring role in The Macbeths, Charlene Boyd pops by for a chat about life, theatre and kids! Feed your soul by spending a happy hour in the company of this joyous lady. Thanks to everyone for keeping listening and sharing the podcast. Have a great week! The post Charlene Boyd appeared first on Putting it Together.…
 
Artistic Director of "500 Clown"—a physical theater company that uses clown and humor to get the audience's active attention—Adrian Danzig has performed at The Goodman theater, The Steppenwolf, The Second City, Berkeley Rep, and much more. A Brooklyn native, Adrian is an actor, director, teacher and alumnus of The School of the Art Institute Ch ...…
 
Chaon Cross plays Lady Macbeth in the exciting and literally magical production of the Scottish play directed by Aaron Posner and Teller in the current production at the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, and discusses the challenges of finding the balance between the textual and theatrical and between character and razzmatazz; the difficulties of ac ...…
 
Chaon Cross plays Lady Macbeth in the exciting and literally magical production of the Scottish play directed by Aaron Posner and Teller in the current production at the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, and discusses the challenges of finding the balance between the textual and theatrical and between character and razzmatazz; the difficulties of ac ...…
 
Ken Davenport Encore May 21, 2018 Ken Davenport is an Award-Winning producer of over a dozen Broadway shows, including: Deaf West Theatre’s Spring Awakening, The Visit, Mothers and Sons, Speed the Plow, Godspell, The Bridges of Madison County, Allegiance, Chinglish, Oleanna, Macbeth, Will Ferrell's You're Welcome America, Once on This Island, a ...…
 
Kerby is a great street game to play after dark, we all know that. That's obvious. Bushido from GCT Studios is pretty strong too it turns out, as is that God of War jam from Santa Monica Studios. The latest performance of Macbeth by the RSC? That's good too. And so are Anthony Horowitz's The Magpie Murders, Liu Cixin's The Three-Body Problem, a ...…
 
It's said one dare not speak the name of the Scottish Play, of which the Gateway to Cinema guys watch the 2015 adaptation, but the duo goes one step further, neglecting to speak about the film much at all in favor of high school tales, told by two gas-money cheapskates, full of cabbage and Pinterest, signifying a long shared history and mutual ...…
 
We’re raven(see what we did there?) about Dario Argento’s 1987 film OPERA starring Cristina Marsillach, Daria Nicolodi, Urbano Barberini and Ian Charleston. It’s a fantastic movie with an amazing score, grisly kills (including one of the best ever) and the occasional hilariously bad dubbing. We talk about the Shakespearian comparisons and Chris ...…
 
On today's episode of BaBaT, Danielle and Brittany bond over the fact that they can't speak Spanish despite taking several classes, Danielle thinks Henri spells his name with an I to be dangerous, and Brittany frets over saying "Macbeth" out loud! Snacks The Beetle by Richard Marsh
 
This week's guest is Tony and Olivier Award nominee Kate Fleetwood.Growing up in Stratford-upon-Avon, Kate began her career as a child actor with the Royal Shakespeare Company.In 2010 she played Lady Macbeth in Chichester Festival Theatre's production of the Scottish play, gaining a Tony Award nomination for the show's Broadway transfer. 2015 s ...…
 
Avid reader and crime fiction aficionado Sharmila Mohan joins us to speak about Macbeth by Jo Nesbo, a modern take on the Shakespeare classic set in the 1970’s. You won’t want to miss Sharmila’s take on this retelling!
 
Dennis Abrams has written the new YA novel I Was Cleopatra, the fictional memoir of John Rice, a boy actor in the King’s Men, Shakespeare’s acting company, who played many of Shakespeare’s signature female roles, including Lady Macbeth, Cordelia, and Cleopatra. I Was Cleopatra was just published last week and its author discusses the creation o ...…
 
Dennis Abrams has written the new YA novel I Was Cleopatra, the fictional memoir of John Rice, a boy actor in the King’s Men, Shakespeare’s acting company, who played many of Shakespeare’s signature female roles, including Lady Macbeth, Cordelia, and Cleopatra. I Was Cleopatra was just published last week and its author discusses the creation o ...…
 
The housing market was doing amazingly for a while but that's not the case anymore. The days of selling your house for a large amount of many has come and gone but what does that mean for those trying to buy a home? Where is the market going to go from here? Guest: Hilliard MacBeth, Author of "When the Bubble Bursts: Surviving the Canadian Real ...…
 
Cinema, theatre, art and streaming options are all on the cards for this week’s episode. Alex Garland’s Annihilation kicks off our episode and Jo and Simon go head to head on Tomb Raider. This episode also includes details on Wes Anderson’s latest, Isle of Dogs. Feel free to contact us by email at hello@culturefly.co.uk or via Twitter @screenin ...…
 
[archive] This Week in Shakespeare, a Shakespeare news podcast from The Bill / Shakespeare Project This week’s Shakespeare news review podcast includes Andy Serkis, Margot Robbie, Joel Edgerton, and Anthony Hopkins. PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history. Story Links “Andy Serkis” recites Shakespeare in in ...…
 
The fourteenth episode of the BlogtorWhoCast features a discussion about Christopher Eccleston. With Mat unwell, Bedwyr and Susan soldier on with their brand of Doctor Who related conversation. On the agenda this week is Ninth Doctor actor Christopher Eccleston. Susan begins by teasing her review for his performance of Macbeth for the RSC in St ...…
 
The Scottish Rex Factor play-offs kick off in style with Constantine II (900-43), Malcolm III (1058-93), Alexander III (1249-86) and James II (1437-60) do battle for a place in the Grand Final. Listen to the episode to hear the four monarchs compared and then it's down to you to help decide who goes through to the final. Will it be Constantine ...…
 
A whodunit hauntingly set in a theatre in which a famous actress is murdered while watching a performance of Macbeth. Commentary on the legendary curse of Macbeth. Plus actor Paul Lukas who became typecast not by his own deeds but by those of a fellow actor for his homeland.
 
Talking real estate isn't a first for the Debt Free in 30 podcast. We've had many experts like Hilliard Macbeth, Ben Rabidoux, and Alex Avery provide their insight on whether renting is better than buying and vice versa. But we've never had the most obvious guest to talk real estate: an actual realtor. On today's show, we're chatting with Scott ...…
 
Lady Macbeth (writer: Alice Birch, director: William Oldroyd) stole our hearts, and she's capable of a lot more. This episode focuses on why this film resonates so much with women and what it says about feminism, given that it barely passes the Bechdel test.How amazing is Florence Pugh's accent?!And we'd like to give a quick apology to Amy Jump ...…
 
I've met my match in remembering insignificant minutiae with Lucas Brown (@lokified), a fellow Canadian expat who hosts his own lovely podcast (@themathofyou). He also knows a lot about computers, which comes in handy, as we are talking about Hackers! It's a mid-90s movie about computer hackers and their l33t floppy discs, and if you haven't se ...…
 
Haddie and Dan talk about shark bites, turmeric, Zelda Breath of the Wild, and recommend some great TV shows for those unsure what to watch next. TV Show List in show notes! Links for this episode: Jeff Johnson on Instagram “Mike Spalding with a bite from a Cookiecutter Shark. This is believed to be the first documented bite on a living human b ...…
 
In this episode Jake and Laura talk about last night's showing of her Uncle Fun documentary to "The Benefactor" and "The Benefactor Jr" (see http://areyoufamousyet.libsyn.com/the-benefactors-identical-twin-episode-55) and some lessons learned. Then they discuss two recent readings of Laura's play "The Magic of Ladie M" which is MacBeth from Lad ...…
 
Hosted by head of FilmSeekers.com Neil Ramjee @FilmSeekers and co-host Mike Ross @TheLateGreatMR Thank you for downloading and listening! *Please subscribe to get our latest episodes!* We want to hear from you! Tell us about your films and experiences at the cinema: Email us: hello@FilmSeekers.com Follow us @FilmSeekers on Twitter, Facebook.com ...…
 
In the 1st half of our Best of 2017 two parter, Luke Annand counts down his Best Films of 2017 list with Jordan Ferguson. Along the way, they debate the effectiveness of mother!, be in awe of James Baldwin's oratory skills and admit to apathy on Luke's part over Lady Bird. Best Films of 2017 1. The Big Sick 2. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, M ...…
 
From Arabian Sultan to Lennox in “The Scottish Play”, it’s a good time to chat to Nicholas Karimi. This interview felt like the perfect way to round off a great Christmas season in Edinburgh. Join Nicholas and me as we talk method, Mamet and Macbeth. Thanks for all your feedback recently and for listening! The post Nicholas Karimi appeared firs ...…
 
Broadcaster and author Dan Snow is the history guy - from first appearing on our screens with the 60th Anniversary of the Battle of El Alamein, with dad Peter to numerous other documentaries including the Rise of the Royal Navy, Battlefield Britain series and a documentary about his great great grandfather, former Prime Minister, Lloyd George. ...…
 
New year, new Cinemaholics! We're taking an extended look back at the best movies of 2017, along with some discussion about the year's overall box office, movies that disappointed us the most, and theater experiences that surprised the heck out of us. In this countdown episode, we each list off our own Top 10s, so expect plenty of overlap and a ...…
 
Welcome to Write Through The Roof, the podcast for writers who want to improve their craft. Episode 12 with Oscar de Muriel – writer of Victorian murder mysteries “It’s not sipping a glass of wine and staring out the window.” Episode 12 – Oscar de Muriel – Show Notes Fuelled by wine and cheese Jurassic Park (the book) the first inspiration Disc ...…
 
Films covered:Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (2013)Murder on the Orient Express (1974 and 2017)The Beguiled (1971 and 2017)Ladybird (2017)Lady Macbeth (2017)*Spoilers* Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)
 
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