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I've been keeping track of the Shakespeare I've seen/read on LiveJournal for years; I think it's time to move it over here.

Bold the ones you've seen stage productions of, underline the ones you've seen movies of, and italicize the ones you've read or listened to; * the ones you've acted in or directed. (+ the ones you've taught, if you're an English professor.)


All's Well That Ends Well (CalShakes 1997, Stratford 2008, Ashland 2009, Great River Shakespeare Festival 2012, BBC)

Antony and Cleopatra (the Globe 2006, Richard Johnson/Janet Suzman)

As You Like It (CalShakes 1998, Groves's class 2002, Syracuse Shakespeare Festival 2003-ish, Stratford 2010, Ashland 2012, Branagh, the Globe)

Cardenio

The Comedy of Errors (Stratford 2007, BBC)

Coriolanus (BBC, Ralph Fiennes/Vanessa Redgrave)

Cymbeline (BBC)

Edward III

Hamlet (CalShakes 2000, Stratford 2008, Ashland 2010, Branagh, Hawke, BBC/Jacobi, Tennant, National Theatre Live, MST3K, First Quarto)

Henry IV, part 1 (Stratford 2006, Ashland 2010, The Chimes at Midnight, BBC, An Age Of Kings, The Hollow Crown, Groves's class 2003)

Henry IV, part 2 (Ashland 1999, The Chimes at Midnight, BBC, An Age Of Kings, The Hollow Crown, Groves's class 2003)

Henry V (Ashland 2012, Branagh, Olivier, An Age Of Kings, The Hollow Crown, Groves's class 2003)

Henry VI, part 1 (BBC, An Age Of Kings, The Hollow Crown)

Henry VI, part 2 (BBC, An Age Of Kings, The Hollow Crown)

Henry VI, part 3 (BBC, An Age Of Kings, The Hollow Crown, Groves's class 2003)

Henry VIII (Ashland 2009, BBC)

Julius Caesar (CalShakes 1995, Stratford 2009, Ashland 2011, Marlon Brando)

King John (BBC)

King Lear (CalShakes 1999, Great River Shakespeare Festival 2012, Ashland 2013, Olivier, McKellan, twelfth-grade English)

Love's Labour's Lost (Stratford 2008, Ashland 2011, Branagh)

Love's Labour's Won

Macbeth (Stratford 2009, Ashland 2009, McKellan, Patrick Stewart, seventh-grade English, ninth-grade English)

Measure for Measure (Ashland 2011, BBC, Bob Komar)

The Merchant of Venice (Stratford 2007, Ashland 2010, Al Pacino, tenth-grade English)

The Merry Wives of Windsor (CalShakes 1996, Stratford 2011, BBC)

A Midsummer Night's Dream (CalShakes 1997, 1999-ish performance by my brother's drama class, 2003-ish performance with [profile] willskyfall on Pomona, Ashland 2013, 30s movie with Cagney, Adrian Noble version, Michael Hoffman version from 1999, twelfth-grade English)

Much Ado About Nothing (CalShakes 1995, somewhere random in the Bay Area, Ashland 2009, Guthrie Theater 2011, Branagh, BBC, Whedon)

Othello (CalShakes 1998, Olivier/Maggie Smith)

Pericles, Prince of Tyre (CalShakes 1997, BBC)

Richard II (BBC/Jacobi, An Age Of Kings, The Hollow Crown, Groves's class 2003)

*Richard III (CalShakes 1998, Stratford 2011, *Groves's class 2003, McKellen, Olivier, BBC, An Age Of Kings, The Hollow Crown, twelfth-grade English)

Romeo and Juliet (Stratford 2008, Ashland 2012, Leonardo DiCaprio/Clare Danes, Leonard Whiting/Olivia Hussey, I was an eleven-year-old girl)

Sir Thomas More

The Taming of the Shrew (CalShakes 2000, Guthrie Theater/Propellor 2013, Ashland 2013, BBC/Cleese)

The Tempest (CalShakes 1999, Stratford 2010, BBC, Helen Mirren, I'm named after it)

Timon of Athens (BBC)

Titus Andronicus (Stratford 2011, Anthony Hopkins)

Troilus and Cressida (Ashland 2012, BBC)

Twelfth Night (CalShakes 1996, Stratford 2006, Ashland 2010, Stratford 2011, Guthrie Theater/Propellor 2013, Imogen Stubbs, Parminder Nagra, I liked the Imogen Stubbs version just that much)

Two Gentlemen of Verona (Stratford 2010, BBC)

The Two Noble Kinsmen (St. Louis Shakespeare 2013)

The Winter's Tale (Groves's class 2001, Stratford 2010, Alexandra Gilbreath/Antony Sher, twelfth-grade English)


Places where I see a lot of Shakespeare:

CalShakes (history)

Stratford (history)

Ashland (history)

Updated 2017-05-28 (although I don't always remember to correct this line when I update it...)

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