Hyperion to a Satyr - The Fire and Water Podcast Network's Hamlet Podcast - will be Siskoid's scene-by-scene deep dive into Shakespeare's masterwork, discussing the text, but also performance and staging through the lens of several films, television, comics and music adaptations. Watch for it in November!
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Theme: "Fanfare" from 1996 Hamlet, by Patrick Doyle, with clips from that film, starring Ray Fearon; the 1980 Hamlet, starring Derek Jacobi; and the 2009 Hamlet, starring David Tennant.
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10 responses to “Promo: Hyperion to a Satyr”
For no perticular reason I’d like to point out that my son is named Horatio also the twin city of the city I live in is Wittenberg
You’ll heard those names often in the first episode!
Cool. Cannons to the left of me Cannons to the right. Yadda, Yadda, Once more onto the Breach. Should be a cool pod cast.
Can’t wait …
Too early for my favorite line??
I don’t think you can “spoil” Hamlet by telling us!
guys EVERYBODY DIES!
Yes, but according to the World Laws, they can come back as ghosts.
yeah that’s what I hate about “Is Hamlet sane? Why is that a question? The ghost is real!
The ghost is not the reason people question his sanity. It’s how he interacts with others.
The ghost is what makes him decide to act. the acting insane is Hamlet hoping to make people drop their guard around him.
As an old English Lit major, I’m looking forward to this series. I saw the Branagh version in the theater (4 hours plus an intermission). I’d recommend a 1985 documentary called “To Be Hamlet” that’s available on YouTube.