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Get caught up on our favorite trashy reality TV show, Antony and Cleopatra. We eat a deliciously youthful salad, speculate on which Shakespeare character is getting the most into quarantine baking, and chill with a horny eunuch. CW: Suicid
It's everyone's favorite Arrested Development spin-off, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. We discuss the Kardashians' infamous rule of ancient Egypt, why Trolls World Tour is the zenith of cinema, and how snake bites are a great opportunity for improv come
Did you know that Shakespeare wrote King Lear while in quarantine? Or at least, that's the latest from Twitter. Join us as we yell about a tweet, bore you with historical context, and then devolve into an unhinged discussion about Star Trek quo
It's (kind of) Valentine's Day, and we watched SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE! Was it any good? Who knows, we spent the whole time staring into young Joseph Fiennes' big baby eyes. Featuring a jackhammer, clanging pipes, GOOP, and special guest Jamal Jame
Break out your tin foil hat and join us as we watch ANONYMOUS, a truly unhinged Roland Emmerich movie about how Shakespeare was a dirty poor and only fancy boys can write plays! Look out, Oxfordians, we're coming for you.
Surprise! It's still winter! In part two of our discussion on THE WINTER'S TALE, we discuss hawk-based meet-cutes, double disguises, and post-apocalyptic springtime. Featuring TV and film star Margaret Colin, Shakespearean actress Jean Tafler,
Brr. In this most cozy episode, we get hopped up on hot cocoa and yell frantically about THE WINTER'S TALE. Yes, this is the one with the bear. Feat. the constant, agonizing hissing sound of our radiator.
CONTENT WARNING: Sexual assault Danielle and Charlotte finally complete their grim work of discussing THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. Topics include clown species, the ending of "Grease," and how to gracefully embody a garbage character. Special
This Halloween we bring you sp0oky commentary on SLEEP NO MORE, the ~immersive~ theatre piece based on MACBETH. Featuring a peek backstage with special guest Jenna Hokanson, an exhaustive Halloween costume retrospective, and a *real* ghost stor
BOO! This week we discuss ghosts, witches, and the Bard's most infamous CURSE (plus Shakespearean costume ideas and the fact that LeVar Burton directed 'Smart House').
JULIUS CAESAR is back! And his ghost wants to know when you're free for brunch. Special guest Avery DiUbaldo joins us as we discuss eating fire, the collapse of real world democracy, and how to win debate club after your friend gets stabbed.
It's JULIUS CAESAR! Shakespeare's only Aaron Sorkin play! Danielle and Charlotte talk politics, cobblers, and whether or not lions are technically a type of weather.
It's MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING! Again! We talk shady friars, mustache-twirling villains, and how everyone wants to kink-shame Margaret. Featuring real life couple Sara Hymes and Greg Phelps!
It's MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING! We talk about Elizabethan rom-coms, evil brothers, infinite nieces, and proto-feminist icons. Boy, that Beatrice and Benedick sure do hate each other, huh?
It's THE COMEDY OF ERRORS! Again! Charlotte won’t stop singing, Danielle wants to gossip with the Duke, and special guest Luke Jackson joins to talk about twins, goofs, and his very first Shakespearean encounter.
It's the beloved Mary-Kate and Ashley film, THE COMEDY OF ERRORS! Danielle frees a house elf, Charlotte insists on making everything about capitalism, and everyone advocates justice for Nell.
In the second half of our discussion of ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, we talk about frat boy Parolles and his drum, who's who in 'Beauty and the Beast,' and whether or not Helena is a Mary-Sue. Special guest Emily Lyon!
It's ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL! Everyone's favorite rom-com about an anal surgeon with low self esteem! We talk relatable heroines, hot clueless men, and why tricking people into marriage is not a great idea.
The sound gets nice and crunchy on this one, folks, so apologies to your delicate ears for our auditory crimes!
In this very first episode of WHAT YOU WILL: a Tedious & Brief Shakespeare Podcast, Danielle and Charlotte talk cool teens, true love, and why you probably like this play more than you think you do.
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