Shakespeare for Readers' Theatre: Shakespeare's Greatest by John Poulsen

By John Poulsen

Shakespeare for Readers’ Theatre, quantity 2 includes 4 scripts with the various maximum villains from the world’s most sensible playwright.

This publication abridges into Readers’ Theatre structure the performs Othello, Richard III, King Lear, and Merry better halves of Windsor, with memorable strains the likes of Richard III who states directly up “I am made up our minds to turn out a villain.”

Volume 2 holds 20 minute and forty five minute types of every play in addition to a director’s model with feedback for making productions extra viewers prepared. This publication is outfitted for people or teams who are looking to research or practice Shakespeare in a condensed and dynamic format.

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