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All’s Well That Ends Well
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As You Like It
The Comedy of Errors
Coriolanus
Cymbeline
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Henry IV, part 1
Henry IV, part 2
Henry V
Henry VI, part 1
Henry VI, part 2
Henry VI, part 3
Henry VIII
Julius Caesar
King John
King Lear
Love’s Labour’s Lost
Macbeth
Measure for Measure
The Merchant of Venice
The Merry Wives of Windsor
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Much Ado About Nothing
Othello
Pericles
Richard II
Richard III
Romeo and Juliet
The Taming of the Shrew
The Tempest
Timon of Athens
Titus Andronicus
Troilus and Cressida
Twelfth Night
Two Gentlemen of Verona
The Winter’s Tale
Shakespeareana

Available versions

1948: Laurence Olivier

1964: Philip Saville

1964: Bill Colleran, John Gielgud

1964: Grigori Kozintsev

1969: Tony Richardson

1976: Celestino Coronada

1980: Rodney Bennett

1990: Kevin Kline

1990: Franco Zeffirelli

1996: Kenneth Branagh

2000: Michael Almereyda

2000: Campbell Scott, Eric Simonson

2002: Peter Brook

2003: Michael Mundell

2007: Alexander Fodor

2009: Simon Bowler

2009: Gregory Doran

2011: Bruce Ramsay

2014: Adam Hall

2015: Sarah Frankcom, Margaret Williams

2015: Dick Douglass, Obie Dean

2016: Jennifer Nicole Stang

2016: Simon Godwin


Adaptations

1992: Natalya Orlova, Dave Edwards (animated)

2004: Hamlet (opera, Ambroise Thomas)


Production drama

2003: Slings and Arrows (Season 1)


Educational

1990: Discovering Hamlet

2010: This is Hamlet

2013: Shakespeare Uncovered (Season 1, Ep. 6)


Related

1990: Rosencrantz and Guildernstern are Dead

2008: Hamlet 2

2014: Hamlet A.D.D.


Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
1990: Tom Stoppard

This is the film made from the highly successful 1966 stage play by author and director Tom Stoppard. It’s a metaphysically challenging absurdist behind-the-scenes look at the life (and death) of characters; it’s superficially comical, but has some real meat beneath the surface. The film is substantially changed from the stage version, but retains a lot of its basic ideas.


Ambassador from England: John Burgess

Claudius: Donald Sumpter

Gertrude: Joanna Miles

Guildenstern: Tim Roth

Hamlet: Iain Glen

Horatio: Vili Matula

Laertes (as Sven Medvesck): Sven Medvesek

Ophelia: Joanna Roth

Osric: Ljubo Zecevic

Polonius: Ian Richardson

Rosencrantz: Gary Oldman

The Player: Richard Dreyfuss

Tragedian (as Srdjan Soric): Serge Soric

Tragedian: Branko Zavrsan

Tragedian: Livio Badurina

Tragedian: Mare Mlacnik

Tragedian: Mladen Vasary

Tragedian: Tomislav Maretic

Tragedian: Zeljko Vukmirica