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As You Like It - Act 1 Scene 3 _ Rosalind If I were a man _ Digital Theatre+

 

As You Like It   |   Production   |   William Shakespeare

The cast of the Royal Shakespeare Company's As You Like It

About this production

This production was captured by Digital Theatre live at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s temporary space, The Courtyard Theatre, in Stratford-upon-Avon. It was directed by the RSC’s then Artistic Director Michael Boyd, and starred Jonjo O’Neill as Orlando and Katy Stephens as Rosalind.

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  • 4Written resources
  • 9Video resources

Discover video and written resources to help you teach As You Like It, including lesson activities, contextual guides, and exclusive insights from performers, practitioners and Shakespeare experts.

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On Acting: Katy Stephens

Katy Stephens, who plays Rosalind in the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of As You Like It, helps us to understand one of Shakespeare’s most complex female characters.

As You Like It Practical Workshop Guide

Deepen your students’ understanding of the play as a blueprint for performance with this practical workshop guide.

As You Like It Study Guide

Give your students the ultimate introduction to the play’s characters, themes, language and more.

As You Like It: Compare and Contrast

Give your students an insight into how productions of the same text can vary through interpretive choice.

On Directing: Michael Boyd

Sir Michael Boyd discusses the fascination of As You Like It, one of the final productions he directed at the helm of the RSC.

On Movement-Based Theatre: Struan Leslie

Movement Director Struan Leslie explains how body language operates as text in performance, and how contextual concerns inform movement decisions.

Manga Shakespeare: As You Like It

Engage your students with this highly visual manga retelling of Shakespeare’s famous pastoral comedy.

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