Shakespeare and the live broadcast — part 2 (in images + tweets)

What a week! Since my post last Wednesday (on Shakespeare and the live cast — part 1) I’ve been in virtual attendance at a one-day symposium on live theatre broadcasting in York, and then in physical attendance at the European Shakespeare Research Association conference in Worcester. In between I’ve caught a couple of installments of Forced Entertainment’s Complete Works: Table Top Shakespeare, which is being live-broadcast from the Berliner Festspiele’s Foreign Affairs Festival, and also made it to a showing of Julie Taymor’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at my local cinema. Keeping up with digital life is exciting but tiring. In lieu of a fleshed-out, narrative blog post, here are some pictures and tweets…

 

Forced Entertainment’s #completeworks
25 June – 4 July

 

Julie Taymor’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream
released 22 June

 

Live Theatre Broadcast Symposium
25 June

AND– you can get the full Storify here: https://storify.com/oj102/live-theatre-broadcast-symposium-25-june-2015

OR– watch the recording of the day here:

 

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