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Articles tagged with "Royal Shakespeare Company"

Watch: 'Opera, Ballet and the Bard' Insights event on demand.

15 April 2016

Shakespeare Day insights event focuses on operas and ballets inspired by the playwright's work, including The Winter's Tale, Romeo and Juliet and Otello.

The Winter’s Tale Dance Highlight: The trial scene

24 March 2016

Without words, Christopher Wheeldon's choreography powerfully illuminates Shakespeare's text and the innermost thoughts of his characters.

Preserving Theatre Archives for Future Generations: ROH Collections and the Association of Performing Arts Collections

4 November 2015

ROH Collections recently hosted a study day for theatre collections around the UK and Ireland.

Singing for the truth: What makes the story of Orfeo so powerful?

6 January 2015

Former Artistic Director of the RSC Michael Boyd on making his operatic debut and why Monteverdi’s music is like listening to Shakespeare.

'Exit, pursued by a bear': How do you approach Shakespeare's famous stage direction?

10 April 2014

Directors of The Winter's Tale have tried the literal and conceptual, including real bears.

Watch: A background to Shakespeare’s The Winter's Tale

28 February 2014

Christopher Wheeldon and theatre director Lucy Bailey shed light on the play’s themes and plot.

Shakespeare and opera

3 July 2012

We take a look at the link between the Bard and the lyric stage, from Verdi to Adès.

The Metamorphosis wins South Bank Sky Arts Award

1 May 2012

Edward Watson acclaimed for an 'incredible physical performance'.