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The Two Gentlemen of Verona (2012)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Arne Pohlmeier

Part of the 2012 Globe to Globe Festival.
Performed in Shona by Two Gents Productions, from Harare, Zimbabwe.

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The Two Gentlemen of Verona (2016)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Nick Bagnall

This riotous touring production is led by a joyful ensemble of players who will delight with songs, romance and chaos, and hurl Shakespeare’s anarchic comedy into the 21st century.

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The Tempest (2000)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Lenka Udovicki

No play tells us more about Shakespeare's views on the cathartic role of theatre in society, and on theatre as a healer of wrongs in this story of exile, revenge and eventual forgiveness.

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The Tempest (2005)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Tim Carroll

Three actors played all the characters in this play. All these characters are presented not only as people in their own right, but as individual aspects of the psyche to be found in every human soul.

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The Tempest (2013)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Jeremy Herrin

The Tempest is Shakespeare’s late great masterpiece of forgiveness, generosity and enlightenment.

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The Tempest (2012)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Nasir Uddin Yousuff

Part of the 2012 Globe to Globe Festival.
Performed in Bangla by Dhaka Theatre, from Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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The Tempest (2016)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Dominic Dromgoole

Inspired by English colonial adventures and brilliantly conjuring up a magic and supernatural world, The Tempest is Shakespeare’s late masterpiece of forgiveness, generosity and enlightenment.

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The Taming of the Shrew (2012)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Toby Frow

The Taming of the Shrew introduces a couple hell-bent on confusing and outwitting each other right up to the play’s equivocal and controversial conclusion.

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