This is one of my favorite interviews as David describes the world famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival generally and the stress of being pressed into duty for two Shakespeare plays with two week's notice!
Part one Veteran Michigan Shakespeare Teacher Mike Gruber extols the wonders of the Stratford Festival in Ontario and describes the 2017 Twelfth Night production in particular.
Ann Stuart describes life as a stage manager at one of the great Shakespeare festivals in the world. She shares interesting details about the 2017 production of Twelfth Night in particular.
Shakespeare in Detroit Founder Sam White discussed the challenges and benefits of performing in the open air and tells us about her ongoing project in the city she loves. https://www.shakespeareindetroit.com/
A conversation with Ella Hawkins of the Shakespeare Institute about 21st century design and costume based on what we know about the design of Shakespeare's plays.
Lauren Ballard of the American Shakespeare Center talks about settling into a Shakespeare character, Cordelia in particular, the Blackfriars Theater, and more.
ShakenBakeCastinterviews Sally McLean, director of the richly creative, Shakespeare Republic. Find their series on YouTube and follow @ShakenBake on Twitter.
ShakenBakeCast interviews Dr. Emily Gruber Keck about her views on Twelfth Night and she discusses the 2017 Stratford Festival CA production of the play. The interview will be shared with Larry Baker's high school Shakespeare class.
ShakenBake interviews Dr. Lea Frost about Shakespeare's "Henry IV, part 1". They discuss approaching the play with high school students by making analogies with "Hamilton". They also discuss the role of Falstaff and the common folk in this rich play. Follow me @ShakenBakeMHS