Much Ado About Nothing

William Shakespeare
Much Ado About Nothing, believed to have been written in 1598, is one of William Shakespeare’s most popular comedies, and takes its defamed woman plot from Ariosto’s Orlando Furioso.
David Tennant and Catherine Tate in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing
Digital Theatre
BBC Studios
Sam Waterston as Benedick lying down in a small, green and white rowing boat surrounded by greenery
Broadway Digital Archive
Love's Labour's Won - RSC 2014


Steven Berkoff
The story of Gregor Samsa, who awakes one morning to find himself transformed into an insect, is one of Kafka's best-known works. Adapted by Steven Berkoff for performance in 1969, the text remains a key examination of the human condition.
Talking About Plays

My Mother Said I Never Should

Charlotte Keatley
Exploring the relationship between four generations of the same family, Keatley's play interrogates the changing position of women in society throughout the 20th century.
Talking About Plays

Mother Courage and Her Children

Bertolt Brecht
Often hailed as the greatest anti-war play of all time, Brecht's allegorical Epic spans 12 of the 30 years war in Germany and Poland, wherein Mother Courage and her children find their survival dependent on deception and misdeed, as they learn that honour and decency hold no currency in conflict.
Digital Theatre
Practical Guide

Mrs. Warren's Profession

George Bernard Shaw
Modern parallels abound in the plight of Cambridge-educated mathematics wiz Vivie Warren, who discovers that her comfortable upbringing was financed in unspeakable ways.
L.A. Theatre Works
Audio Theatre