Shout out to theatrevibe.com

This website got a lovely shout-out from Lizzie Loveridge member of the Critics Circle,  the national professional body of British critics for dance, drama, film, music, books, and visual arts. I’m truly honored, and, to return the favor, I’m going to repost one of her reviews for this year’s Globe Theater production of “Much Ado About Nothing” here:

Review of the 2022 Globe Theater production of “Much Ado About Nothing,” from TheaterVibe.com

Thank you Ms. Loveridge, and thanks for reading!

Wrap Up On “Much Ado About Nothing”

Hello everyone!

Well, today is the last day of July, so I wanted to go out with a bang!

First of all I finally finished my Play of the Month Page for Much Ado About Nothing, so that’s up for you. Also, I’m going to post three reviews of Shakespearean movies. So enjoy this last look at Much Ado, while I prepare for my new play of the month!

  1. Review: Kenneth Branaugh’s “Much Ado About Nothing.”
  2. Review: Joss Whedon’s “Much Ado About Nothing.”
  3. Review: Shakespeare Retold: “Much Ado About Nothing.”

Artwork for “Much Ado About Nothing” by Elizabeth Schuch, reproduced with permission.
Artwork for “Much Ado About Nothing” by Elizabeth Schuch, reproduced with permission.

Review of Globe Theater Production of “Much Ado About Nothing”!

Hi Folks,

I was doing a little web searching today and came across this incredible link: You can read a review of the Globe Theater’s production of “Much Ado About Nothing,” and you can stream it online, (very useful for those of us who don’t live in London)! I’ve provided the link below:

https://players-shakespeare.com/globe-production-of-much-ado-about-nothing-to-be-reviewed/

While I’m at it, I would also like to mention that as July winds down, I’ll be giving you reviews of some of my favorite Shakespeare on film productions of Much Ado in the next two days, including the new movie version directed by Joss Whedon!

Stay tuned!

-Shakespeare Guru