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The Shakespeare podcast Shakespeare would have listened to!* This weekly podcast comes in several flavors. Every other week, you'll get our regular episode features a lightning round on several intersections of Shakespeare and the present day, an underused Shakespearian phrase that you can roll into your everyday conversation to impress/annoy your friends, and a homework assignment currently being blown off by a lazy high school student from the internet. Once a month, we offer SO YOU'RE GOING TO SEE SHAKESPEARE, a half-hour briefing on a specific play to listen to on your commute to the theater that will prepare you to be the best little audience member you can be. And in the fourth week of the month, Dan and Kevin will provide some Shakespearian wildcard programming that will almost certain result in them swearing at each other. (*we assume.)

No Holds Bard Seven Stages Shakespeare Company

    • Arts
    • 5.0, 4 Ratings

The Shakespeare podcast Shakespeare would have listened to!* This weekly podcast comes in several flavors. Every other week, you'll get our regular episode features a lightning round on several intersections of Shakespeare and the present day, an underused Shakespearian phrase that you can roll into your everyday conversation to impress/annoy your friends, and a homework assignment currently being blown off by a lazy high school student from the internet. Once a month, we offer SO YOU'RE GOING TO SEE SHAKESPEARE, a half-hour briefing on a specific play to listen to on your commute to the theater that will prepare you to be the best little audience member you can be. And in the fourth week of the month, Dan and Kevin will provide some Shakespearian wildcard programming that will almost certain result in them swearing at each other. (*we assume.)

Customer Reviews

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4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Gai Isokay ,

Get thee to this podcast..y

Just discovered this gem of a podcast and am currently binge listening to it. Kevin and Dan have a fantastic knowledge and understanding of Shakespeare and are also highly entertaining. I love how deeply they go into the texts and they give great insights into the characters as well.
I would highly recommend this podcast to students who are currently studying the Bard.
I’m a 35 year old Mum of three who hasn’t stepped foot in a classroom in over 17 years, and thanks to these guys, I’m actually itching to write essays again. 😂

Grandleprechaun ,

For the educated and the dunce

Equally good for the Shakespeare knowledgable and the Shakespeare moron. Dan and Kevin seem as though are telling quirky stories about their weirdo friends, those weirdos just happen to be characters from the plays.

You don't need to know or be fluent in Shakespeare's texts to get what's going on; if you're up for learning or revisiting the works of Shakespeare this is a festive way to do so. Very funny.

I am now a Bardhead. Keep making episodes and I shall keep listening.

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