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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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March 07, 2017 11:01 PM PST

Are you on the way to see a production of JULIUS CAESAR? 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.

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March 01, 2017 11:06 PM PST

This week we’ll gaze, drop rhymes so tight we become immortal, and share a really cool idea about a new collaboration we have in place where…oh. Apparently it’s going to be produced at the Public Theater now. Rats.

February 22, 2017 12:20 AM PST

For this month's Wildcard, we are joined by five of our nearest and dearest to draft six institutional Shakespeare theater seasons from the canon - with each play being pulled from everyone else's board once it is selected. Hopefully that's interesting!

Special thanks to the brave guests for this week's experiment:

Sarah Enloe
americanshakespearecenter.com

Madeline Sayet
madelinesayet.com

Charlene Smith
bravespiritstheater.com

Kristin Clippard
kristinclippard.com

Joe Pine
ohioshakespeare.com

February 14, 2017 10:31 PM PST

This week we'll pause, seek a greater meaning despite all being well, and break down the video of rapper Big Sean's performance in a middle school production of THE TEMPEST.

noholdsbardpodcast@gmail.com
patreon.com/NoHoldsBard
@NoHoldsBardCast
facebook.com/NoHoldsBardCast

February 07, 2017 09:52 PM PST

Are you on the way to see a production of ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA? 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.

noholdsbardpodcast@gmail.com
patreon.com/NoHoldsBard
@NoHoldsBardCast
facebook.com/NoHoldsBardCast

January 31, 2017 11:54 PM PST

This week we'll hunt the lion, seek the dystopian linings in the Scottish Play, and explore the New Oxford Shakespeare Journal’s claim that Hamlet may actually have been written in 1603 as a way to impress James I rather than in 1601 where it had been previously dated

noholdsbardpodcast@gmail.com
patreon.com/NoHoldsBard
@NoHoldsBardCast
facebook.com/NoHoldsBardCast

January 31, 2017 10:08 PM PST

For this month's Wildcard episode we throw ten duel questions at Mya Gosling, the artist and author of the Shakespeare webcomic Good Tickle Brain ("the world's foremost and very possibly only stick figure Shakespeare webcomic").

You can find Mya at GoodTickleBrain.com, on Patreon at patreon.com/goodticklebrain, on Twitter @GoodTickleBrain, and on Facebook at Facebook.com/goodticklebrain.

January 17, 2017 11:30 PM PST

This week we'll slip the world, seek justice in Venice, and check in with Laurie Davidson, star of TNT's WILL, regarding his quote that the show "takes that dusty thing in history books called William Shakespeare and drags him kicking and screaming into this century," which is a pretty bold claim for a show that will be cancelled before the end of its first season.

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January 10, 2017 09:29 PM PST

Are you on the way to see a production of MEASURE FOR MEASURE? 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.

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January 05, 2017 07:23 PM PST

This week we’ll make a scarecrow of the law, find meaning in Comedy, and check in with some students from Penn's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences to check out the algorithm for author attribution that revealed this month that Shakespeare had a co-author on many of his plays.

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