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WFSU Presents Shakespeare Uncovered

Perspectives - Southern Shakespeare Festival

January 8, 11:00 am ET on WFSU-FM's Perspectives

Tom invites guests from Tallahassee resurrected Southern Shakespeare Festival to speak about upcoming auditions and the return of the popular festival.

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A Look at the Music of Shakespeare

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January 30, 3:00 pm ET on WFSQ-FM

Dan MacDonald is your conductor in a journey across the globe into a dream play of William Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream. A Magic Journey: Into the Underworld of Shakespeare will feature Dr James Amend, an ethnomusicologist trained at Florida State University. Afterward, MacDonald invites The Southern Shakespeare Festival's music director Steven Hodges to discuss the show's modern music approach.

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Project Contact

Tasha Weinstein

Tasha Weinstein
Coordinator of Educational Outreach




Other Sources of Information

A Song of Protection for Wakulla Springs: EcoShakespeare (2/11/15 - WFSU-TV)

Foraging and the Magic of Plants: EcoShakespeare (2/4/15 - WFSU-TV)

Clearcutting the Longleaf Forest: EcoShakespeare (1/28/15 - WFSU-TV)

WFSU Perspectives: Shakespeare Festival (1/8/15 - WFSU-FM)

Auditioning for Shakespeare (12/24/14 - Tallahassee Democrat)

Did Shakespeare write his plays? The Eco-Answer (12/17/14 - WFSU Ecology Blog)

Southern Shakespeare and WFSU team up to shoot segments (11/10/14 - Tallahassee Democrat)




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Shakespeare Uncovered is made possible by the National Endowment for the Humanities.   Major funding is also provided by The Joseph & Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation, Dana and Virginia Randt, the LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust, the Lillian Goldman Programming Endowment, The Polonsky Foundation, Rosalind P. Walter, Jody and John Arnhold, the Corinthian International Foundation, and PBS.