WILD about WILL: Songs and Sonnets by William Shakespeare

Players from the King's Men -- Shakespeare's company of players -- gather in a tavern to celebrate the genius of their old friend, Will Shakespeare, to sing songs from the plays, and to re-enact some of their favorite parts:  Falstaff, Bottom, Titania, Oberon, and more. Hear what Shakespeare's closest friends -- Ben Jonson, John Heminge and  Henry Condell -- had to say about the Bard.  Lots of laughs and a few sighs, too, as we hear, "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day...," "Let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments," "My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun...," and even a sonnet for two, as performed by Romeo and Juliet! 




Student Regular Preview
04  23  20137:30 PM 10.00
04  28  20132:00 PM 10.00