This is not strictly Shakespeare per se but I did find it a fun read. Would you be interested in volunteering for such a project? Podcast! The player says 12:45 but part of that time is admittedly a couple of adverts. The guy being interviewed is a bit shouty so you might want to turn your volume down a little, but it's not a bad listen. It also touches on whether or not Shakespeare... What d'you reckon, insomniacs? "If you boil Shakespeare down, and boil hip-hop down, to what's left in the pot... The essence, the grit, is storytelling through poetry and musical language. That's it. That's all you have. When you bring it to a basic level, that's what Shakespeare is; ... Also, vaguely related: has there been a performance or adaptation wherein a scene (or character) has been cut in a way that you didn't agree with? Conversely, are there scenes or characters in any given play that you would cheerfully chop from the script? I thought this was pretty interesting!3 participating Actually getting to the theatre can be pretty tricky, but cinemas are usually(?!) a little easier to get to. Have you ever attended one of these cinema showings of a play? My parents (in the UK) have been to see a couple, I know that much. If you've atten... My review of Gounod's Romeo and Juliet opera.