Mark Rylance, Stephen Fry, and Paul Chahidi in Twelfth Night and Richard III

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Actors Mark Rylance, Stephen Fry, and Paul Chahidi discuss their roles in Shakespeare’s Globe repertory productions of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Richard III on Broadway. Mark Rylance stars as the love-struck noblewoman Olivia in Twelfth Night and as the ruthless and conniving title monarch in Richard III. Stephen Fry makes his Broadway acting debut as Malvolio in Twelfth Night. Paul Chahidi plays witty maid Maria in Twelfth Night, and dual roles Hastings and Tyrrell in Richard III. Both plays are at the Belasco Theatre.


Paul Chahidi, Stephen Fry and Mark Rylance
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Comments [5]

Brian from Brooklyn

And the music! The music was great. Would be wonderful to have a recording available, or to know of equivalent available recordings.

Nov. 21 2013 12:32 PM
Wayne Johnson Ph.D. from Bk

As a result of his "crisis" Stephen Fry has made a series of films on depression for British television that are among the best things I have seen on the subject. Thank you Mr. Fry.

Nov. 21 2013 12:29 PM
Er-nay from UWS

Does the candle wax ever drip down on you while on stage?

Nov. 21 2013 12:28 PM
Nick from UWS

This is all very interesting but why don't you have your speakers identify themselves before speaking so we know who the hell is talking?

Nov. 21 2013 12:10 PM
Ed from Larchmont

I wondered why Shakespeare, while writing the most profound plays, would write what we call comedies, stories of individual amorous situations, etc. I find the answer in Shakespeare's possible Catholicism: every part of life is of importance and value, the little to the great.

Nov. 21 2013 08:22 AM

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