Aug 31, 2017
For the second Wildcard episode of the month, Dan and Kevin discuss the pilot episode of TNT's new series WILL, a show that "tells the wild story of young William Shakespeare's arrival onto the punk-rock theater scene in 16th century London."
Aug 23, 2017
Dan and Kevin return to everyone's favorite Shakespeare party game, WILL, ACTUALLY, to discuss the most obvious themes in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM.
Aug 16, 2017
This week we’ll delight in violence, catch the Scottish King, and reach out to the director of Torn Out Theater to see why Dan and I weren’t called in to audition for the currently running “nude, all-male, body-positive” outdoor production of HAMLET currently running in Manhattan and...
Aug 9, 2017
Are you on the way to see a production of RICHARD III? This episode will get you up to speed on the play in a variety of ways to insure that you'll be the best little audience member you can be.
Aug 3, 2017
This week we’ll bear excuse, try the Merchant of Venice, and unveil our plans for a new Shakespearian-style history play titled “The Most Lametable Comedy And Most Cruel Firing Of Anthony Scaramucci.”
This week's episode features a reading by Alice Langby.