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Open Your Ears – A Radio Play

 

You wait for an adaptation to come along, and all of a sudden three of them arrive, all pretty much at the same time. (If you have a Shakespeare adaptation which you’re willing for us to publish, send it to us via our Facebook page in pdf format, including a licence which allows our readers to download and use it for free {we use a Creative Commons licence}).

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Following our publication of Gentlemen of the Shade (an adaptation of Chimes of Midnight, by myself and my partner); and then Chimes of Midnight – a Radio Playwe have a third adaptation for your delight. It is entitled Open Your Ears, and explores Early Modern pllaywrights’ attitudes to prologues and audiences, mostly using quotations from Shakespeare’s plays.

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The author has agreed that we can publish his script here, provided any user of the script keeps to the terms under which it is published, which are included in the script.

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Here it is. You can scroll through the play, and if you’re interested, you can download a copy as a pdf by clicking on the down-arrow on the toolbar  (this has been tested on both Windows 10 and Apple iPad / iPhone):

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Open Your Ears - A Radio Play

 

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Let’s Play!!!

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Richard Forsyth
‘The Director’
Players-Shakespeare.com

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