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  1. Marina and Adrienne (2017)

    Series
    Shakespeare’s Sister
    Director
    Lucy Campbell
    Producer
    Loran Dunn

    On a ship amidst ferocious ocean waves, a crew member asserts that there are three categories of people: the living, the dead and those who are lost at sea. Inspired by Shakespeare’s "Pericles, Prince of...

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  2. Shakespeare Republic: Viola (2017 Video)

    aka: Shakespeare Republic: Season 2 Episode 4

    Series
    Shakespeare Repuplic
    Director
    Sally McLean
    Producer
    Sally McLean; Billy Smedley

    Nadine Garner plays Viola - a woman caught up in a game of love that becomes tricky to navigate as genders ebb and flow.

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  3. Shakespeare Republic: Katherina (2017 Video)

    aka: Shakespeare Republic: Season 2 Episode 5

    Series
    Shakespeare Repuplic
    Director
    Sally McLean
    Producer
    Sally McLean; Billy Smedley

    Katharina discovers the harsh realities of trying to be the master of her destiny in a man’s world.

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  4. Redressing the Balance: Gender in Shakespeare (2017 Audio)

    Series
    Nt Talks

    Audio podcast. Genista McIntosh chairs a panel discussion on gender switching in recent productions of Shakespeare plays. Participants include director Maria Aberg and actors Samuel Barnett and Harriet Walter.

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  5. Rotters’ Club, The (2005 Television)

    Director
    Tony Smith
    Producer
    Chrissy Skinns

    Television adaptation, in three episodes, of Jonathan Coe’s novel. Tells the story of a group of Birmingham teenagers and their families in the 1970s, a time of class conflict, racial tension and...

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  6. Shakespeare - King Lear: The Family in Shakespeare (2002 Video)

    Examines King Lear from a modern feminist viewpoint, opening up discussions about gender roles in Shakespeare’s text. The video juxtaposes the text as performed, against specially written scenes to...

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  7. Cleopatra (1965 Radio)

    Radio comment by Philip Hope-Wallace focusing on the fact that Cleopatra’s role was written for a boy to play, but provides continuous inspiration to actresses.

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