|Great River Shakespeare Festival 2016 Mosaic by Barbara Keith Designs|
Scratch My Bard
A Podcast in Five Acts
Dramatis Personae (in order of appearance):
BRIAN, Prince of Cats - The Chippewa Valley Geek
DOUG SCHOLZ-CARLSON - Artistic Director of the Great River Shakespeare Festival
"MONSTER" MIKE - A country vicar, In love with Hernia
"JETPACK" JACK - Sea-captain, Former Roomate of a Fourth Cousin to the Exiled Duke
Act I, Scene 1 - Intros
Act I, Scene 2 - The Up Front: On the Classics and Accusations of Snobbery
Act II, Scene 1 - The Interview: GRSF Artistic Director Doug Scholz-Carlson tells us what goes into making a festival happen, muses about what makes Shakespeare great, and takes on the Geek-del Test!
Act III, Scene 1 - The Roundtable: Monster Mike and Jetpack Jack wax lyrical on bards, the Bard and a lot of other ado about really not much else of importance.
Act IV, Scene 1 - The Community Calendar
Act IV, Scene 2 - The Monthly Marathon: Bardic Lore cont'd!
Act V, Scene 1 - Outro & Credits
Act V, Scene 2 - Bonus Track: "Hey Nonny Nonny"
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
Some Show Notes and Links!
Go check out the Great River Shakespeare Festival!
Running this year:
The Red Clay Ramblers (Personally, I heartily recommend Live - one of my faves...)
The BBC Hollow Crown
An Amazon search for bards...
Branagh's Henry V comes up a lot
Romeo & Juliet (1968 Zeffirelli)
Romeo + Juliet (1996 Luhrman)
Dungeon magazine back issue #52 - containing Spirits of the Tempest by Mike Selinker
Dungeon magazine back issue #54 - containing Dark Thane Macbeth by Mike Selinker
Dungeon magazine back issue #78 - containing Lear, The Giant King by Mike Selinker
Bone up on your Pushkin too...
The Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff podcast
Hamlet's Hit Points by Robin Laws
The Birthright Campaign Setting
The 7th Sea RPG
Fiasco: The London: 1593 playset
Fiasco: The Break a Leg playset
The Works of Shakespeare RPG Sourcebook
Night Witches: the RPG
Our friends at the Saving the Game podcast
Selling England By The Pound by Genesis just seems like a good fit here.
A Summary of Star Trek and Shakespeare
William Shakespeare's Star Wars by Ian Doescher
The Shakespeare Unlimited podcast
Everything is a Remix
Poison on a Fouler Toad - The Film (based loosely on Richard III, Act 1, Scene ii):
- "Balalaika loop", obtained via Freesound.org via a Creative Commons Attribution license. The original file can be found here.
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