Shakespeare's Soliloquies

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Released 2001

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Shakespeare's Soliloquies

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Director:
Scott Mansfield
Released:
2001
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Shakespeare's Soliloquies is an educational film that presents 20 Shakespearian monologues performed by semi-pro actors from the Santa Paulta Theatre. Written and directed by Scott Mansfield, this film introduces parts of Old-English Shakespearian plays through a series of short scenes that transition to off-stage analysis after each performance. Actor David Allen starts off with "All The World's A Stage" and Mark Andrew Reyes gives his interpretation of Julius Caesar roaring, "Friends, Romans, Countrymen." David Railphe does Hamlet and Jeannine Marqiuie Reyes performs Romeo and Juliet with Erin Warden, playing the famous love scene, "Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore Art Thou Romeo?" David Allen turns into Richard the III when he cries, "Now Is The Winter Of Our Discontent" and Mark returns to the stage acting in Macbeth's, "To Be Or Not To Be." The cast continues presenting classic soliloquies that include passages from Henry V, The Merchant of Venice, As You Like It and much more.
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