Shakespeare Remixed Collection Spotlight

Created on March 22, 2016, 11:20 am

Last Updated September 10, 2020, 8:34 am

Think Shakespeare is boring? No way! As these authors and filmmakers have shown, the Bard continues to inspire us with new ways to explore the enduring characters, plots and ideas he wrote about almost 500 years ago:
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The Taming of the Shrew, set in high school. With Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles and some other very young actors you'll recognize.
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Based loosely on A Winter's Tale.
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Imagine living in a theater that existed in a world ruled by plays....
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Ophelia doesn't die, and she has to cope with paparazzi.
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Somebody had to be having all the adventures that Shakespeare wrote about....
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What if all of Shakespeare's characters lived in the same world?
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Based on characters in Henry IV and Henry V.
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Hip-hip, iambic pentameter tale of Tybalt's Brooklyn adventures (Romeo's cousin in Romeo and Juliet).
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Kurosawa's adaptation of King Lear.
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It's dark, it's bloody, and there are cyborgs.
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What - and who - inspired the Bard himself?
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Inspired by Hamlet.
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Samurai Macbeth
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The original Romeo and Juliet remix.
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