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Read More about Protected: Roy Clarke – A Different Perspective of Bard

It’s common knowledge that during Shakespeare’s life, his plays were performed by a cast made up solely of men.

Haig Sutherland in Elizabeth Rex. Photo by David Blue

Read More about All Male Shakespeare on Broadway

Auditioning at Bard is unlike other theatre companies: there’s a lot of scheduling and cooperation involved because of our having two repertory companies, Mainstage and Studio Stage, and the fact that actors need to fit two roles. 

The process begins nearly a year in advance of the upcoming season – Bard’s general audition notice goes out in June and general auditions are held in July. We receive resumes year-round and these are kept on file until the creative team is ready to go through them. 

Read More about The Road to 25: Auditioning for Bard

Bard’s tents may be down for the season, but you don’t need to go without your Shakespeare fix. The National Theatre of Great Britain has come up with a great series called National Theatre Live, now in its fourth season, which gives theatre fans all over the world a chance to take in its fantastic productions through film at movie theatres.

Read More about National Theatre Live presents Othello

To Write or Not to Write?

Guest Post by Rupert Potter

Rupert Potter took his position as British Consul-General in Vancouver in July 2012 and is the British government’s representative in British Columbia, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories. His wife and two children join him in Vancouver.

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Lynn, Sue & Marylin enjoying a picnic before the show

What a Canada Day weekend it has been!

Read More about A Perfect Night for the Opening of Hamlet

Happy World Theatre Day!

World Theatre Day was created in 1961 by the International Theatre Institute (ITI). It is celebrated annually on March 27th by the international theatre community. 

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