Bard Blog Posts tagged Equivocation

Bob Frazer On His New Role: Playing William Shakespeare

Bob Frazer On His New Role: Playing William Shakespeare

Following his recent Jessie Award, Best Actor win for Realwheels' Whose Life Is It Anyway?, Bob Frazer returns to Bard in a very different role playing William Shakespeare in Bill Cain's Equivocation. We caught up with Bob to get his thoughts on the play and why he thinks it will stay with you long after you've left the theatre.

What's it like to play Shakespeare after playing so many of his characters?

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A Week In The Life of Christopher Gaze

A Week In The Life of Christopher Gaze

You may know him from our 'In A Nutshell’ Village talks, or from the various Shakespearean characters he’s played, or as the one of the main voices in Barbie and Madeleine (yes that’s right!) but what does Artistic Director Christopher Gaze do in the day to day world of Bard?

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Studio Stage Actors Get A Head Start

Studio Stage Actors Get A Head Start

How does an actor prepare for his or her role? Good question! Every year at Bard our Company of actors spend three days with Director of Education & Training Mary Hartman and Vocal Coach Alison Matthews, exploring text and voice at our Actor Intensives. As Equivocation by Bill Cain opens first at the Belfry Theatre on April 22, the Studio Stage actors got a head start on the work this week.

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Introducing Our 2014 Apprentice Directors

Introducing Our 2014 Apprentice Directors

Ever wondered what it takes to become a theatre director? The following four people are going to find out this season as they take on the challenging & rewarding role of Apprentice Director at Bard. Find out what inspires them to direct and what excites them most in the coming season!

Michelle Boulet: A Midsummer Night’s DreamMack Gordon: The TempestKatrina Darychuk: EquivocationGuy Fauchon: Cymbeline

What made you want to be a theatre director?

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The Gunpowder Plot

The Gunpowder Plot

“Remember, remember the Fifth of November,the Gunpowder Treason and Plot,I see no reason why Gunpowder Treason should ever be forgot.” 

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