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The Loft Theatre presents Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Tom Stoppard's existential comedy that follows two minor characters from Shakespeare's Hamlet to their bitter end. In this episode we interview members of the cast and crew, discussing the intricacies of the play's plot, the demands of physical comedy and the importance of aerial acrobatics.
We also introduce our audio footnote technology, providing background information on Shakespeare's Hamlet and other important facts within the context of the podcast.
Shownotes with related links:
(Music Courtesy of the Podshow Podsafe Music Network)
- 0:05 Introduction
Chris Kretz - Assistant Professor/Reference Librarian
- 1:30 Andrew Karp (Artistic Director)
- 3:10 Jared Warner (Guildenstern)
- 3:53 Larissa Lury (Director)
- 4:59 Greg LoProto (Rosencrantz)
- 5:43 Larissa Lury
- 6:10 Christine Sullivan (Gertrude & Players)
- 7:00 Andrew Karp
- 7:29 Greg LoProto
- 7:52 Christine Sullivan
- 8:18 Andrew Karp
- 9:11 Larissa Lury
- Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead at the Loft Theatre
- Larissa Lury at The Unkown Productions
- Hamlet online at the Open Library
1879 Chiswick Press edition
- Tom Stoppard from the Internet Broadway Database
"(01-01) Initially" by theStark
"Stonewall Jackson's Arm" by The Two Man Gentlemen Band
Note: The part of "The Footnote" in this episode is played by Michael Aloi