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Macbeth [electronic resource]: The Tragic Pair

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Renowned Shakespearean scholars bring this play to life. Key scenes are analyzed and interpreted throughout the play.
Online
2008
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Bluebeard [electronic resource]

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Filmed version of Charles Ludlam's Bluebeard.
Online
1995
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Candy and Shelley Go to the Desert [electronic resource]

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Filmed production of Paula Cizmar's, Candy and Shelley go to the desert.
Online
1990
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In the Steps of William Shakespeare - London and Stratford 1564-1613 [electronic resource]

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"An aromatic stew of biography and local color, this program will give viewers a sense of the London and Stratford of Shakespeare's time. The section on London visits 18 major sites associated with the Bard and his plays, including the Tower of London, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Middle Temple for law students, George Tavern, Southwark Cathedral, and the Globe Theatre site. The section on Stratford conjures up the presence of young Will through a journey around Warwickshire, featuring Shakespeare's birthplace, the baptismal font and tomb at Trinity Church, the King Edward VI Grammar School, Anne Hathaway's cottage, Shottery, Wilmcote, Kenilworth Castle, the Mary Arden Farm, and many other significant locations."--Container.
Online
1992
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Magic Touch [electronic resource]

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A documentary on Dominique Lemieux, costume designer for Cirque du Soleil and Celine Dion.
Online
2005
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In Celebration [electronic resource]

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Three sons return to the primitive Yorkshire mining town of their birth to celebrate their parents' fortieth wedding anniversary. During the celebration, their submerged hatreds and fears emerge from behind their model blue collar family facade.
Online
1975
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Shakespeare Conspiracy [electronic resource]

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Who was Shakespeare? Was it really Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford? This video examines the background for this theory.
Online
1999
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Man in the Glass Booth [electronic resource]

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Millionaire Jewish entrepreneur Arthur Goldman (Schell) rules a financial empire from his Manhattan penthouse. He is given to passionate and capricious ravings on a variety of subjects. His growing paranoia, dismissed by those close to him, is confirmed when he is kidnapped by Israeli agents and brought to trial in Israel for crimes against humanity. Is he Arthur Goldman or is he Adolph Dorf, former SS colonel who headed a Nazi concentration camp? As the trial progresses, the question becomes more confusing.
Online
1975
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Playboy of the Western World [electronic resource]

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Synge's play presented by the Druid Theatre Company of Galway, Ireland. It is an Irish tale of a shy young man who thinks he murdered his father. He is revered as a folk hero for the deed until, in a twist of fate, his father shows up alive.
Online
2005
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Romeo and Juliet [electronic resource]: The Tragic Lovers

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Commentary and performances for Shakespeare's play about youthful lovers.
Online
2008
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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Restored [electronic resource]

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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Restored video documents eighteen months of planning, rehearsal, location work, and post-production by the University of California at Berkeley Shakespeare Program, culminating in the performance of one of Shakespeare's greatest plays, Much Ado About Nothing. Visit the fully operational restored Globe Theatre on the Bankside of the river Thames, near its original site and experience how the reconstructed Elizabethan Theatre provides a venue for teaching and studying Shakespeare's plays in the ultimate authentic performance setting."--Slip case.
Online
1997
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Shakespeare and the Spanish Connection [electronic resource]

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The Spanish settlers of the American Southwest brought more than horses, conquistadors, and the missions--they carried their culture, which included a fondness for theater, drama, and plays. This film examines how many of these plays are still performed, remaining an integral part of Spanish culture in modern-day America. It also advances an argument that traditional Spanish theater and culture influenced Shakespeare's plays, and compares some similarities such as Shakespeare's use of stock characters (like the black-hat villain, the nag, and the foolish braggart) with examples of each drawn from well-known Spanish works.
Online
2005
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Scene 1 [electronic resource]: Crew and Cast Meeting

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Richard Foreman discusses his ideas on acting, production and direction.
Online
2013
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Girl's Guide to Chaos [electronic resource]

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Play performed at 7 Stages Back Door Theatre, Atlanta, GA, November, 1992.
Online
1992
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Awakening of Spring [electronic resource]

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Michael, Matthew and Anne, are three teenagers discovering their sexuality amidst the scorn and condemnation of their oppressive patriarchal society. Without guidance and support, their journey of self discovery dangerously builds to a tragic and shocking climax.
Online
2008