Shakespeare: The Merry Wives of Windsor. Shakespeare: All's Well That Ends Well. Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus. Shakespeare: Antony and Cleopatra. Shakespeare: The Taming Of The Shrew.
Shakespeare - The Complete Works This complete and unabridged collection of Shakespeare’s 37 plays, performed by The Marlowe Dramatic Society and Profess. Prunella Scales Paul Scofield William Squire Anthony White John Dover Wilson John Wood Irene Worth Patrick Wymark. CD 27-28 The Two Gentlemen of Verona John Barton, George Rylands. CD 29-30 The Winter’s Tale Ian McKellen, Corin Redgrave.
So while William Shakespeare has left us with a dearth of evidence, which has led to all manner of speculation about his life and doubts about his authorship of the plays, Marlowe left us with enough documentary evidence to ensure that his life and works, while overshadowed by Shakespeare’s, would not be lost entirely to posterity. Yet for all his advantages, history has not treated Marlowe as well as Shakespeare.
Timon of Athens (The Life of Tymon of Athens) is a play by William Shakespeare, probably written in collaboration with Thomas Middleton in about 1605–1606, which was published in the First Folio in 1623. It is about the fortunes of an Athenian named Timon (and probably influenced by the philosopher Timon of Phlius). The central character is a beloved citizen of Athens who through tremendous generosity spends his entire fortune on corrupt hangers-on only interested in getting the next payout.
Othello by William Shakespeare. Act 1 Scene 2: "Another Street". The Marlowe Dramatic Society & Professional Players. 3. Act 1 Scene 3: "A Council Chamber". 4. Act 1 Scene 3: "Cont'd-A Council Chamber". 5. Act 2 Scene 1: "A Sea-Port in Cyprus Near the Quay". 6. Act 2 Scene 1: "Cont'd-A Sea-Port in Cyprus Near the Quay"
William Shakespeare (bapt. He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon". His extant works, including collaborations, consist of approximately 39 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and a few other verses, some of uncertain authorship
Julius Caesar - Act 1 - William Shakespeare. Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus, performed by Oxford Theatre Guild, December 2013. Julius Caesar - Acts 4 & 5 - William Shakespeare. The Marlowe Society and Footlights used to work closely together: frequently the annual Footlights pantomime was a parody of the Marlowe society's serious dramatic performance earlier in the year. This performance is the one 'hosted' by the Cambridge Arts Theatre in Cambridge. As of October 2013, the Marlowe Society is holding a year-long festival to mark the 450th Anniversary of Marlowe's birth. Over the year, the entirety of Marlowe's works will be staged in venues across Cambridge, including the annual 'Arts' Show.
album: Othello by William Shakespeare. The Marlowe Society and Professional Players - Act 4 Scene 1: Before the Citadel. album: Othello by William Shakespeare. The Marlowe Society and Professional Players - Act 4 Scene 3: Another Room in the Citadel. The Marlowe Society and Professional Players - Act 5 Scene 2: A Chamber in the Citadel. The Marlowe Dramatic Society & Professional Players - Shakespeare: Henry VIII - Act 4, Scene 1. album: Shakespeare: Henry VIII. The Marlowe Dramatic Society & Professional Players - Shakespeare: The Taming Of The Shrew - Induction, Scene 1. album: Shakespeare: The Taming Of The Shrew. The Marlowe Dramatic Society & Professional Players - Shakespeare: King Lear - Act 1, Scene 2. album: Shakespeare: King Lear.
|A1||Act One, Scene 1. A Hall In Timon's House|
|A2||Act One, Scene 2. A Banqueting Room In Timon's House|
|B1||Act One, Scene 2 (concluded). A Banqueting Hall In Timon's House|
|B2||Act Two, Scene 1. A Senator's House|
|B3||Act Two, Scene 2. Before Timon's House|
|B4||Act Three, Scene 1. A Room In Lucullus's House|
|C1||Act Three, Scene 2. A Public Place|
|C2||Act Three, Scene 3. A Room In Sempronius'sHouse|
|C3||Act Three, Scene 4. A Hall In Timon's House|
|C4||Act Three, Scene 5. The Senate House|
|C5||Act Three, Scene 6. A Banqueting Room In Timon's House|
|D1||Act Four, Scene 1. Without The Walls Of Athens|
|D2||Act Four, Scene 2. Athens. Timon's House|
|D3||Act Four, Scene 3. Woods And A Cave Near The Seashore|
|E||Act Four, Scene 3 (concluded). Woods And A Cave Near The Seashore|
|F1||Act Five, Scene 1. The Woods. Before Timon's Cave|
|F2||Act Five, Scene 2. The Walls Of Athens|
|F3||Act Five, Scene 3. The Woods|
|F4||Act Five, Scene 4. The Walls Of Athens|