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NEW PODCAST! James Reynard - Role: Timon of Athens - MISANTHROPOS - Cast Interviews

MAKING-OF [ Cast - Interviews ] - PODCAST - James Reynard - Role: Timon of Athens - MISANTHROPOS

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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PODCAST - James Reynard - Role: Timon of Athens - MISANTHROPOS.

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Interviews - Sarah Whitehouse - Role: Praxilla of Sicyon - MISANTHROPOS

Sarah Whitehouse
Role: Praxilla of Sicyon

What's the best Shakespeare production you've ever seen?

While I was at school, I saw a production of "Hamlet" at the Birmingham Rep. It was just really cleverly staged, with lights coming up through the floor instead of walls, so the ghost literally walked through the walls of the castle, which was really exciting. I was doing my A-levels and studying the play at the time, and I had no idea that that sort of surprise was coming. It made me realise how amazing and magical theatre could be, and set me on this road to a love of Shakespeare.

You're one of the only cast members who's done Shakespeare on film before. How does acting Shakespeare on stage differ to what we have to do on film?

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NEW PODCAST! - Paul Scofield - William Shakespeare - Hamlet - HD Remastered - Restored Edition

EDUCATIONAL PODCASTS -  [ Historical Series ] - Paul Scofield  

William Shakespeare - The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark (1600-1) - Including subtitles - HD Remastered - Restored Edition



This recording is for educational purposes only and is covered under Fair Use doctrine - Copyright - All rights reserved to their respective owners.

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