Episode 62: Amy Lidster and Old St. Paul’s Cathedral

Episode 62: Amy Lidster and Old St. Paul’s Cathedral

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Episode 52: Scott Farrell talks Knights and Chivalry

Episode 52: Scott Farrell talks Knights and Chivalry

Welcome to Episode #52 of That Shakespeare Life, the podcast that takes you behind the curtain and into the life of William Shakespeare. An armoured knight defending the honor of the monarchy were real people in Shakespeare’s lifetime, and the portrayal of them on...
Ep 48: Shakespeare’s Sources with JM Pressley

Ep 48: Shakespeare’s Sources with JM Pressley

Welcome to Episode #48 of That Shakespeare Life, the podcast that takes you behind the curtain and into the life of William Shakespeare. I believe that if you want to understand Shakespeare's plays, then understanding the life of William Shakespeare, the man, is...
Episode 38: Aubrey Whitlock Explains Exit Pursued by a Bear

Episode 38: Aubrey Whitlock Explains Exit Pursued by a Bear

Welcome to Episode #038 of That Shakespeare Life, the podcast that takes you behind the curtain and into the life of William Shakespeare. I believe that if you want to understand Shakespeare's plays, then understanding the life of William Shakespeare, the...
Review of Alexander Barnett’s King Lear

Review of Alexander Barnett’s King Lear

This post contains affiliate links. Alexander Barnett's King Lear functions as a great example of how the techniques that work well on a theater stage do not always translate to the big screen. One aspect that stuck out to me as obviously missing was music. There is...