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No Holds Bard
The Shakespeare podcast Shakespeare would have listened to.
Category: Performing Arts
Location: Portsmouth, NH
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 unde ...more
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.)
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August 23, 2016 09:28 PM PDT

After populating the hockey team (episode 17), baseball team (episode 42), and casting this year's musical production of 1776 (episode 56) at Shakespeare High, Dan and Kevin turn to the gridiron to each draft their Fantasy Football teams with the remaining characters from the canon (boom).

August 16, 2016 10:22 PM PDT

This week we'll see fair and foul days, tread on the ground, and beg for comp meals for Shakespeare Chicago's Culinary Complete Works, where 38 of Chicago's most talented chefs each translate one of Shakespeare's plays into a featured dish, menu, or event at their restaurant.

August 09, 2016 11:32 PM PDT

Are you on the way to see a production of AS YOU LIKE IT? This episode will get you up to speed on the play in a variety of ways to insure that you'll be the best little audience member you can be.

August 02, 2016 09:06 PM PDT

This week we'll explore other worlds, sympathize with He Who Shall Not Be Named, and examine the similarities between Ted Cruz's comments on Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention and Mark Antony's comments on Brutus at Julius Caesar's funeral.

July 26, 2016 10:12 PM PDT

We keep our monthly Wildcard episode but so-so this week as we take a trip down memory lane to revisit our favorite Duel answers from Episodes 11-26.

July 19, 2016 09:58 PM PDT

This week we'll dissemble our discontents, decide who deserves to rule the island, and extend an offer from the Seven Stages Shakespeare Company to pick up the homeless Hamlet production currently wandering aimlessly around NYC.

July 12, 2016 10:31 PM PDT

Are you on the way to see a production of TROILUS AND CRESSIDA? This episode will get you up to speed on the play in a variety of ways to insure that you'll be the best little audience member you can be.

July 05, 2016 11:02 PM PDT

This week we’ll go wise and slow, analyze dream analysis, and take a deeper look at the marketing strategy Shakespeare employed when applying for his coast-of-arms in 1596, as elaborated on in documents recently uncovered by Sylvia Morris at The Shakespeare Blog.

June 28, 2016 09:21 PM PDT

After populating the hockey team (episode 17) and baseball team (episode 42) at Shakespeare High, Dan and Kevin turn to the Drama Department to cast a production of Peter Stone and Sherman Edwards' 1776 with characters from Shakespeare's canon.

This episode features what we believe to be the only "U-S-A!" chant to ever appear on a Shakespeare podcast.

June 21, 2016 11:35 PM PDT

Dan and Kevin debrief on three major things each they learned after the Seven Stages Shakespeare Company one-day, twelve hour presentation of eight of Shakespeare's histories (Richard II, Henry IV 1 and 2, Henry V, Henry VI 1, 2, and 3, and Richard III). After this one we probably won't talk about the histories for a while, so enjoy!

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