H5_logoHenry V 3.2, 3.3 –  Some will shirk, while others fight, as the siege of Harfleur comes to an end.

Richmond Shakespeare Festival

  • Cullions rascals/testicales
  • Bawcock fine fellow
  • Lenity mildness
  • Chuck term of endearment
  • Swashers blustering braggarts
  • Antics bafoons

 

 

CBEPlogoDo you have a favorite, line, speech, soliloquy, monologue, sonnet, or whatnot?
Would love to share it?

If so, we have need of them!
Chop Bard is putting together a special episode to celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday, on April 23rd. It will consist of people reading their favorite pieces from Shakespeare.

If you, or someone you know is interested: please record your reading* and send it to chopbard@gmail.com.

We looking forward to hearing them!

*All recordings remain property of the reader.
Unless otherwise approved by the reader, all recordings will be for this one time specific celebration use.

 

H5_logoHenry V 3.0, 3.1 – With speed of thought we fly from the port, to sea, to France, to battle… and once more unto the breach!

Henry V DVD

Speak the Speech

Shakespeare Pro App

 

  • Eke out supplement
  • Aspect appearance
  • Portage portholes
  • Slips leashes

 

 

H5_logoHenry V 2.3-2.4 – After one final visit to the old tavern in Eastcheap, we say farewell to England and bonjour to France, where King Charles VI prepares for the worst.

Henry IV part 1, Digital Theatre

Henry IV part 1, Amazon

Henry IV part 1, Shakespeare’s Globe

  • ‘A he
  • Earn grieve
  • Wheresome’er wheresoever
  • Ordure dung
  • Ordinance artillery

 

 

H5_logoHenry V 2.2 – Unmasking betrayal proves easier than finding it’s heart, as Henry deals with Cambridge, Scroop and Grey.

Richard II encore

The Third Witch

Henry IV part 2

 

  • Glist’ring glistening
  • Tartar Tartarus, hell
  • Affiance trust
  • Puissance power
  • Quit acquit
 

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Henry V 2.0-2.1 – The youth of England may be hot for war, but before we follow the King to Southampton, we need to visit some old friends in Eastcheap.

 

 

  • Solus solo
  • Egregious notorious
  • Perdie by God
  • Lazar leper
  • Quondam former
  • Quotidian intermittent fever, recurring every day
  • Tertian intermittent fever, recurring every other day

 

 

H5_logoHenry V 1.2 – The Salic law issue is laid to rest, and the ambassadors from France bring a very special gift from the Dauphin to King Henry.

Made of Glass, by Jackie Reuter

McGuffin

  • Approbation proof
  • Gloze interperet
  • Defunction death
  • Convey’d misrepressent
  • Marches border region
  • Close cadence
  • Aim of Butt target
  • Boot booty
  • Mechanic menial
  • Gallia France
 

H5_logoHenry V 1.0-1.1 – Turns out, this play is full of actors only pretending to wage war. The Archbishop of Canterbury tries to save the church.

Opening music:
“Devastation and Revenge” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

 

The History of England Podcast

The Princes who swallowed a Glass Piano

  • Invention creative imagination
  • Port bearing
  • Crooked figure zero
  • Addiction inclination
  • Riots reveling
  • Fain gladly
 

H5_logoHenry V – We begin our 8th series with a little history, a touch of perspective, and a lot of strife, in an effort to have a great war!

The blessings of Union can only be understood against a background of division.”
Edward Hall

 

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CBHalloweenFrom episode 15, The Halloween Episode

 

 

 

 

 
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