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Hamlet

Hamlet

Hamlet was performed in 2000, as part of the Hercules Season. For this production, the Research Bulletin explores:

• how the play was prepared for the Globe stage;
• the rehearsal process, including moving it onto the stage;
• the play in performance;
• interviews with the company;
• and the discoveries that were made during this production about the play and the playhouse.

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Henry V

Henry V

Henry V was performed in 1997, as part of the Festival of Firsts. This Research Bulletin explores:

• how the play was prepared for the Globe stage;
• the rehearsal process, including moving it onto the stage;
• the play in performance;
• interviews with the company;
• and the discoveries that were made during this production about the play and the playhouse.

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Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar was performed in 1999, as part of the Roman Season. For this production, the Research Bulletin explores:

• how the play was prepared for the Globe stage;
• the rehearsal process, including moving it onto the stage;
• the play in performance;
• interviews with the company;
• and the discoveries that were made during this production about the play and the playhouse.

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King Lear

King Lear

King Lear was performed in 2001, as part of the Celtic Season. For this production, the Research Bulletin explores:

• how the play was prepared for the Globe stage;
• the rehearsal process, including moving it onto the stage;
• the play in performance;
• interviews with the company;
• and the discoveries that were made during this production about the play and the playhouse.

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Kyogen of Errors

Kyogen of Errors

The Kyogen of Errors by Yasunari Takahashi was performed in 2001, as part of the Celtic Season. For this production, the Research Bulletin explores:

• how the play was prepared for the Globe stage;
• the rehearsal process, including moving it onto the stage;
• the play in performance;
• interviews with the company;
• and the discoveries that were made during this production about the play and the playhouse.

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Laughter in King Lear (2008)

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.

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Music at the Globe

Music at the Globe

Claire van Kampen, Original Practices and Theatrical Experimentation

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Myths of Honour - The Merry Wives of Windsor (2008)

Myths of Honour - The Merry Wives of Windsor (2008)

It was no accident that Shakespeare set his play in Windsor, as Gwilym Jones reveals.

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