SHAKESPEARE ALOUD

Online Resources

All of the Quartos are now online in a wonderful website with endless information for everyone from the student to the actor to the scholar.

You can now search C. T. Onions’ A Shakespeare Glossary  online, thanks to Perseus at Tufts.

I still prefer my method – putting the complete works into one word document and using the Find feature to skip from one example to the other.

Soon, you’ll be able to find his complete works here on our site.  But until then, you can find them here thanks to MIT.

One of the most significant online resources for all things Shakespeare seems to be Play Shakespeare.  I can attest the collection of resources is rather extensive.

Shakespeare Geek is a terrific site with regular entries for Shakespearivors.  And they have blogged about Shakespeare Aloud!

Or try The Shakespeare Standard – another online site, but mostly devoted to following new Shakespeare scholarship.  What do you know but they’ve also discovered Shakespeare Aloud.

In the Social Media department, check out Talk Like Shakespeare Day on Facebook – a constant stream of useful tidbits on the international Shakescene.

More from me coming soon – meanwhile add yours in the comments below

 

3 Responses to Online Resources

  1. Marcia Ross November 14, 2012 at 8:30 am #

    You were BRILLIANT as narrator in Peter & and Wolf at Symphony Hall on Nov 10. Thanks for putting in so much humor, love, and perfect timing. (Sorry for location of this message –couldn’t find another way or place to post.) –Marcia Ross

    • Barclayarts November 23, 2012 at 12:10 pm #

      Thank you so much, Marcia! So glad you enjoyed it. I had a fabulous time, as I’m sure you noticed!

  2. Lis Riba December 17, 2012 at 2:07 pm #

    FWIW, I’ve found http://opensourceshakespeare.org/ rather useful for searching / browsing / its concordance.

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