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The Winter's Tale

The Winter’s Tale – Act IV scene 4 part 2 – Perdita and Florizel face an unknown future, Camillo plots his return to Sicilia, and Autolycus seizes  an unexpected opportunity.

 
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The Winter's TaleThe Winter’s Tale – Act IV scene 4 part 1 – Love, and flowers, abound at the sheep shearing feast, where Perdita and Florizel aren’t the only ones pretending to be someone else.

Music: Thatched Villagers, and Miris Magic Dance, by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

 
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The Winter's TaleThe Winter’s Tale – Act IV scene 1, 2 & 3 – Welcome to Bohemia! Where time passes at it pleases, kings spy on their heirs, and thieves pass for tinkers.

 
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The Winter's TaleThe Winter’s Tale –  Act III scenes 3 – Antigonus, guided by a disturbing dream, arrives in Bohemia with Hermione’s baby daughter.

 
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The Winter's TaleThe Winter’s Tale –  Act III scenes 1-2 – Cleomines and Dion return with the oracles response, as Hermione is brought to trial. For good, or ill, her ordeal ends here.

Arkangel Shakespeare

 
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The Winter's TaleThe Winter’s Tale –  Act II scenes 2-3 – From Hermione’s prison cell, hope is born. When Paulina makes her appearance, Leontes may be outmatched!

 
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The Winter's TaleThe Winter’s Tale –  Act II scene 1 – The serenity of mother and child is shattered as Leontes publicly accuses his wife of adultery.

Will in the Ville

 

 

 
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The Winter's TaleThe Winter’s Tale –  Act 1 scene 2 – Leontes, convinced of his wife’s adultery, looks to his most faithful confidant, Camillo, to help resolve his troubled mind.

 

 
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The Winter's TaleThe Winter’s Tale –  Act 1 scene 2 – Polixenes truly desires to return home, but Hermione convinces him to stay, while Leontes has some bad ideas.

Making Make Believe Real

 
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The Winter's TaleThe Winter’s Tale –  Intro, and Act 1 scene 1 – A sad tale may be best for winter, but Shakespeare had something else in mind. Come join us in the Kingdom of Sicilia, where everything is just swell.

Arkangel Shakespeare’s, The Winter’s Tale

 

 

 
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