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Imogen (Cymbeline reclaimed)

Globe Theatre

I’ve mentioned before how much I enjoyed Cymbeline, and of my intention to go and see something in Emma Rice’s first season at the Globe. 884 more words


Cymbeline at the Globe

The current production of Cymbeline at the Globe is a “reworking of Cymbeline, ‘renamed and reclaimed’ as Imogen and brought into the cold light of modern gangland Britain.” For the remainder of this Telegraph review, click here.


The Rogue's Guide to Shakespeare on Film #40: Cymbeline (2014)

40. Michael Almereyda’s Cymbeline (2014)

With his Hamlet, Michael Almereyda demonstrated some interesting interpretive choices marred by casting a mawkish, mumbling Ethan Hawke as Hamlet, and Ethan Hawke Ethan Hawked the shit out of that shitty film. 501 more words


Cymbeline takeover

Have you followed the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Cymbeline’s takeover  last night? No? See what you have missed:

Cymbeline company members Marieme Diouf and Jenny Fennessy took over the RSC Twitter feed – taking us behind the scenes of the show during a performance in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. 52 more words


I saw the two plays with Oliver in Stratford!

I take a look to the web often, to see if there are news about Oliver, so I was very happy noticing two tweets by the theatre expert Terry Paddock last January, reporting that he was chosen for two Shakespeare’s plays at the same time, as often happens at the RSC! 1,126 more words


Human language, human emotions: interview with the RSC's Natalie Simpson

“What will the future hold when someone who hasn’t been brought up ‘correctly’ takes over?”

by Kelly Kanayama Follow @kellykanayama

This is Part 2 of a two-part interview series with actors from the Royal Shakespeare Company. 3,127 more words

Arts And Culture

Cymbeline - Directed by Melly Still for Royal Shakespeare Company

I’m not quite sure where to start with this review.  Possibly to say this isn’t a production I enjoyed although it wasn’t so bad I wanted to leave at the interval as the lady in the next seat did. 519 more words