mystery

Mysteries of the First Folio
Episode 7 with Katherine Chiljan

January 27, 2013

https://media.blubrry.com/the_shakespeare_underground/p/archive.org/download/TSU07_MysteriesOfFirstFolio/TSU_07_Mysteries_of_First_Folio.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download The First Folio has been called “incomparably the most important work in the English language.” First Folios are among the most prized books in the world. The 230 or so surviving copies are treasured for their age and rarity, but mostly for their close association to the world…

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Midsummer Monsieur: Episode 3 with Earl Showerman

May 9, 2012

Does A Midsummer Night’s Dream satirize Queen Elizabeth’s courtship with the Duc of Alençon, brother to King Henry III of France? Join Dr. Earl Showerman for a spirited visit to the court of the Virgin Queen, where politics, love, image-making and theater weave together in a confused tangle, and discover links from this colorful time to Shakespeare’s magical comedy.

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