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Jackie Clune looks right of camera sat in front of a plain wall.

Julius Caesar: Plot

Donmar Warehouse
Interview

Julius Caesar: Plot

Donmar Warehouse
Interview
Jackie Clune (Caesar) and Harriet Walter (Brutus) explore the plot of Julius Caesar, the first instalment in the Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy.
Kate Waters stands looking left of camera, mid-sentence with the background of a large rehearsal space.

Julius Caesar: Staging Violence

Donmar Warehouse
Interview

Julius Caesar: Staging Violence

Donmar Warehouse
Interview
Kate Waters unpacks her approach to directing fights for an all-female production of Julius Caesar at the Donmar Kings Cross.
Ann Ogbomo is framed by the stage of an open air, Greek theatre.

Essential Greeks: The Essence of Greek Theatre

Digital Theatre
Interview

Essential Greeks: The Essence of Greek Theatre

Digital Theatre
Interview
Exploring the origins of Greek theatre, Fiona discusses the venues, plays and audience experience of the time as the creative ensemble consider what Greek theatre means to them.
Struan Leslie is framed by the stage of an open air, Greek theatre.

Essential Greeks: The Chorus

Digital Theatre
Interview

Essential Greeks: The Chorus

Digital Theatre
Interview
Fiona investigates the famed Greek Chorus, including who was involved and the integral role they played as the creative ensemble share their thoughts on choral performance.
April De Angelis is framed by the stage of an open air, Greek theatre.

Essential Greeks: The Women

Digital Theatre
Interview

Essential Greeks: The Women

Digital Theatre
Interview
Fiona discusses the visibility and representation of women in Greek theatre as the creative ensemble explores the roles of Antigone, Medea and Clytemnestra.
Tom Littler is framed by the stage of an open air, Greek theatre.

Essential Greeks: Text and Adaptation

Digital Theatre
Interview

Essential Greeks: Text and Adaptation

Digital Theatre
Interview
Considering how Greek plays have developed over time, Fiona describes how playwrights collaborated to write, translate and adapt work while the creative ensemble explores how to find the voice of the text.
Juliet Gilkes Romero is framed by the stage of an open air, Greek theatre.

Essential Greeks: Text and Performance

Digital Theatre
Interview

Essential Greeks: Text and Performance

Digital Theatre
Interview
Exploring how Greek theatre might have been performed, Fiona examines the use of masks and dispels common myths as the creative ensemble discuss staging the classics.
Eben Figueiredo (Hamlet) sitting around a table in a rehearsal room with Miranda Cromwell.
Miranda Cromwell

In Defence of Character - Hamlet - Context and Analysis

Digital Theatre
Workshop
Miranda Cromwell

In Defence of Character - Hamlet - Context and Analysis

Digital Theatre
Workshop
Eben Figueiredo meets with director Miranda Cromwell to read through Hamlet’s soliloquy from Act 3, Scene 1 of Hamlet to establish context and make some interpretive decisions.
Eben Figueiredo (Hamlet) sitting in an interrogation room with a table in front of him.
Miranda Cromwell

In Defence of Character - Hamlet - The Interrogation

Digital Theatre
Interview
Miranda Cromwell

In Defence of Character - Hamlet - The Interrogation

Digital Theatre
Interview
Eben Figueiredo is in the hot seat as Hamlet and charged with an offence relating to his actions in the play. He must plead guilty or innocent, stating his case and defending his position as the other characters are called upon as witnesses.
This is a mid-shot of Michael Dobson and Peter Holbrook. Dobson sits on the left in a blue shirt with a blue patterned tie, white trousers and a pair of glasses. On his right is Holbrook who wears a white shirt, navy blazer, beige trousers and dark rimmed glasses, he gesticulates with both hands. Behind them is a wooden fireplace with acorns in.

Michael Dobson in Conversation with Peter Holbrook

Digital Theatre
Interview

Michael Dobson in Conversation with Peter Holbrook

Digital Theatre
Interview
Director of The Shakespeare Institute Michael Dobson and outgoing President of The International Shakespeare Association Peter Holbrook discuss Shakespeare as a global phenomenon during the RSC and University of Birmingham's Radical Mischief Conference in 2018.
Patsy Ferran and Miranda Cromwell | In Defence of Character - Portia - Context and Analysis (Digital Theatre+)
Miranda Cromwell

In Defence of Character - Portia - Context and Analysis

Digital Theatre
Workshop
Miranda Cromwell

In Defence of Character - Portia - Context and Analysis

Digital Theatre
Workshop
Patsy Ferran meets with director Miranda Cromwell to read through Portia’s soliloquy from Act 4, Scene 1 of The Merchant of Venice to establish context and make some interpretive decisions.
Patsy Ferran (Portia) sitting in an interrogation room with a table in front of her.
Miranda Cromwell

In Defence of Character - Portia - The Interrogation

Digital Theatre
Interview
Miranda Cromwell

In Defence of Character - Portia - The Interrogation

Digital Theatre
Interview
Patsy Ferran is in the hot seat as Portia and charged with an offence relating to her actions in the play. She must plead guilty or innocent, stating her case and defending her position as the other characters are called upon as witnesses.