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Things are changing fast! Keep up with the fun and exciting things that are happening on Players-Shakespeare.com. Just clic on the pic: https://players-shakespeare.com/players-shakespeare-coms-newsletter-no-2/

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If you’re running, or thinking of running, a play-reading group using Players-Shakespeare.com’s edition of Shakespeare’s plays, you should join this group which will help you get going, and offer help with play-reading: https://www.facebook.com/groups/731768703694970/

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There's so much going on that we thought we'd try out a newsletter to see if you'd find it useful, so here's the first one: https://players-shakespeare.com/players-shakespeare-newsletter-no-1/

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The Merchant of Venice is not what it seems to be. There's something funny going on. Check out my provisional thoughts: https://players-shakespeare.com/whats-going-on-in-the-merchant-of-venice/

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"The brightness of her cheek would shame the stars, as daylight doth a lamp.
Her eye in heaven, would through the airy region stream so bright, that the birds would sing and think it was not night.
But soft! What light through yander window breaks?
It is the east and Juliet is the sun..."
"The brightness of her cheek would shame the stars, as daylight doth a lamp.
Her eye in heaven, would through the airy region stream so bright, that the birds would sing and think it was not night.
But soft! What light through yander window breaks?
It is the east and Juliet is the sun..."
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Sir Laurence Olivier delivering Hamlet’s first soliloquy “O That This Too, Too Sullied Flesh Would Melt” (Act 1, Scene 2). A very subtle and poetic interpretation; if only he hadn't cut out so much of Shakespeare's script.

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Here's an amusing account of a non-Shakespearean professional actor's introduction to Shakespeare and Parts and Cues - Enjoy! https://players-shakespeare.com/playreading-report-thou-art-alive/

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Today we're pleased to publish The Merchant of Venice,with a young Ian McKellan & David Suchet playing a scene. Check it out: https://players-shakespeare.com/publication-of-the-merchant-of-venice-and-other-things/
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