Music at the Globe
Claire van Kampen, Original Practices and Theatrical Experimentation
Calling The Globe
Original Practices and Stage Management at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.
The problem of the Heath - King Lear (2008)
Where do the climactic storm scenes of King Lear take place? asks Gwilym Jones.
Myths of Honour - The Merry Wives of Windsor (2008)
It was no accident that Shakespeare set his play in Windsor, as Gwilym Jones reveals.
Playing the Murderer - Love's Labour's Lost
The hunting scene in Love’s Labour’s Lost makes use of many complex associations, as Farah Karim-Cooper explains.
Laughter in King Lear (2008)
Can we laugh at King Lear? Even in Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies there are moments of comedy – and never more than in King Lear, writes Dr. Farah Karim-Cooper.
Fairies Refashioned - A Midsummer Night's Dream (2008)
There are many strands to Shakespeare’s fairy lore, as Dr. Farah Karim-Cooper reveals.
Strangers in the City - Othello (2007)
Othello shows us the cosmopolitan nature of renaissance Venice, as Dr. Farah Karim- Cooper reveals.