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The Taming of the Shrew - Deborah Hay - Ben Carlson - Stratford Festival - 2016 - 4K

From the world-renowned Stratford Festival, this scintillating production of Shakespeare’s boisterous comedy The Taming of the Shrew will stir your emotions as you follow Katherina and Petruchio, the feisty lovers at the centre of Shakespeare’s most pointed social commentary.

This production is dedicated to the memory of Don Harron, a member of Stratford Festival's inaugural company in 1953.



Cast
Deborah Hay ... Katherina
Ben Carlson ... Petruchio
Sarah Afful ... Bianca
Peter Hutt ... Baptista
Robert King ... Vincentio
Cyrus Lane ... Lucentio
John Kirkpatrick ... Pedant
Gordon S. Miller ... Biondello
Thomas Antony Olajide ... Nathaniel
Sarah Orenstein ... Widow
Tom Rooney ... Tranio
Mike Shara ... Hortensio
Michael Spencer-Davis ... Gremio
Brian Tree ... Grumio

Directed by Barry Avrich

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Antony and Cleopatra - Charlton Heston - Hildegarde Neil - 1972 - HD Remastered - 4K

Antony and Cleopatra is a 1972 film adaptation of the play of the same name by William Shakespeare, directed by and starring Charlton Heston and Hildegarde Neil.



Cast
Charlton Heston ... Marc Antony
Hildegard Neil ... Cleopatra
Jane Lapotaire ... Charmian
Fernando Rey ... Lepidus
John Castle ... Octavius Caesar
Eric Porter ... Enobarbus
Juan Luis Galiardo ... Alexas
Carmen Sevilla ... Octavia
Freddie Jones ... Pompey
Peter Arne ... Menas
Luis Barboo ... Varrius
Fernando Bilbao ... Menecrates
Warren Clarke ... Scarus
Julian Glover ... Proculeius
Sancho Gracia ... Canidius
Garrick Hagon ... Eros
John Hallam ... Thidias
Joe Melia ... The Messenger
Monica Peterson ... Iras
Emiliano Redondo ... Mardian
Aldo Sambrell ... Ventidius
Felipe Solano ... Soldier
Douglas Wilmer ... Agrippa

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Romeo and Juliet - Laurence Harvey - Susan Shentall - John Gielgud - 1954 - HD Remastered - 4K

Romeo and Juliet is a 1954 film adaptation of the Shakespearean tragedy of the same name. It is directed and written for the screen by Renato Castellani, and stars Laurence Harvey as Romeo and newcomer Susan Shentall as Juliet, with Flora Robson, Mervyn Johns, Bill Travers, Sebastian Cabot, Enzo Fiermonte and John Gielgud.



Cast
Laurence Harvey as Romeo
Susan Shentall as Juliet
John Gielgud as the Chorus
Flora Robson as Nurse
Norman Wooland as Paris
Mervyn Johns as Friar Laurence
Bill Travers as Benvolio
Sebastian Cabot as Lord Capulet
Lydia Sherwood as Lady Capulet
Ubaldo Zollo as Mercutio
Enzo Fiermonte as Tybalt
Ennio Flaiano as Prince of Verona
Giulio Garbinetto as Montague
Nietta Zocchi as Lady Montague
Thomas Nicholls as Brother Giovanni
Mario Meniconi as Baldassare
Pietro Capanna as Sansone
Luciano Bodi as Abraham
Dagmar Josipovitch as Rosaline

Directed by Barry Avrich

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The Tempest - Helen Mirren - Ben Whishaw - Djimon Hounsou - Julie Taymor - 2010 - 4K

The Tempest - Helen Mirren - Ben Whishaw - Djimon Hounsou - Julie Taymor - 2010 - 4K



The Tempest is a 2010 American fantasy comedy-drama film based on the play of the same name by William Shakespeare. In this version, the gender of the main character, Prospero, is changed from male to female; the role was played by Helen Mirren. The film was written and directed by Julie Taymor and premiered at the Venice Film Festival on September 11, 2010.

The Tempest - "In-depth" - Julie Taymor - Helen Mirren - 10 Years Later - Video Call - 2020: [ LINK ]

Although The Tempest received generally mixed reviews from critics, Sandy Powell received her ninth Academy Award nomination for Best Costume Design.

Helen Mirren as Prospera
Ben Whishaw as Ariel
Djimon Hounsou as Caliban
Felicity Jones as Miranda
David Strathairn as Alonso, King of Naples
Tom Conti as Gonzalo
Reeve Carney as Ferdinand
Chris Cooper as Antonio
Alan Cumming as Sebastian
Alfred Molina as Stephano
Russell Brand as Trinculo

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Screen Adaptation - Co-Production : MISANTHROPOS – Official Website - [ LINK ]
Adapted by Maximianno Cobra, from Shakespeare's "Timon of Athens", the film exposes the timeless challenge of social hypocrisy, disillusion and annihilation against the poetics of friendship, love, and beauty.

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The Tempest - Christopher Plummer - The Stratford Festival - 2010 - 4K

The Tempest - Christopher Plummer - The Stratford Festival - 2010 - 4K



The Majestical Plummer and his So Potent Art delivers here an ineffable and multidimensional performance of Prospero! The Tempest - by William Shakespeare - The Stratford Shakespeare Festival - 2010

Christopher Plummer’s Prospero guides us through the emotional arc of The Tempest. A motivational and highly inspirational interview: https://youtu.be/EJtcRtooh8Q

CAST
Prospero, the right Duke of Milan: Christopher Plummer
Miranda, his daughter: Trish Lindström
Ariel, a spirit Julyana Soelistyo
Caliban, a slave: Dion Johnstone
Ferdinand, King Alonso’s son: Gareth Potter
Alonso, King of Naples: Peter Hutt
Sebastian, his brother: Timothy D. Stickney
Antonio, Prospero’s brother, the usurping Duke of Milan John Vickery
Gonzalo, an old councillor: James Blendick
Adrian, a lord: Robert Persichini
Francisco, a lord: David Collins
Trinculo, a jester: Bruce Dow
Stephano, a butler: Geraint Wyn Davies
Master of the Ship: Stephen Russell
Boatswain: Wayne Best

Director Des McAnuff

This production is dedicated to the memory of Douglas campbell, a member of our inaugural company in 1953.

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Screen Adaptation - Co-Production : MISANTHROPOS – Official Website - [ LINK ]
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BEST WISHES | MEILLEURS VOEUX | PROSIT NEUJAHR | AUGURI | MEJORES DESEOS | MELHORES VOTOS | 2024!

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