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Only when we see Shakespeare in his original historical context can we understand what his plays and poems really mean.

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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Happy Birthday Kenneth Branagh!

I hope you will join me today in wishing him a Happy Birthday.

This year is very exciting, since it is the first time in many years that he has done any Shakespeare.
He has just completed a limited run of Macbeth, which he co-directed.

But lucky for all of us, that Manchester International Production production of Macbeth was filmed, and can be seen at participating theatres around the world through National Theatre Live.
For more information and a schedule of the screenings, you can go here: 

And he has also brought the production to New York City, for a limited run from May 31 to June 22 at the Park Avenue Armory.
For more information and tickets:  

Here are a few more pictures of the play:

I do hope that this production of Macbeth convinces Sir Kenneth to return to Shakespeare more frequently.
He is one of the greatest living Shakespearean actors, and has arguably done more than anyone else today to bring Shakespeare to the world.
It would be a shame if he didn’t do it more often.
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