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“Richard III” with Sir Antony Sher Full Film. Premiere date: October 26, 2018 | 0:54:11 . Shakespeare’s Richard III is one of the most infamous villains of all time — and one of the most ...
Sir Antony Sher unveils the life of Shakespeare’s “Richard III,” comparing the historical king’s reputation with the play’s enduring portrait of ruthless ambition and vengeance.
Mar 23, 2015 · Sir Antony Sher, who won a Laurence Olivier award for playing William Shakespeare’s Richard III at the Royal Shakespeare company in the 1980s, performed the monologue for the Today programme.
Antony Sher as ‘Richard III’, with foam ‘hump’ worn beneath black tunic, RSC, 1984 Act V Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond, is the heir to the Lancastrian claim to the throne, and he gathers an army in France to oppose Richard's tyrannical reign.
Description Antony Sher’s 1977 interpretation of the infamous villain, Richard III, defined the role for a generation. This is the story of how Shakespeare created both a loathsome and brilliant manipulator and a real man who sat on the throne. Length: 55 minutes
Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America King Richard III, Act I Scene 2 · Antony Sher The Essential Shakespeare Live ℗ 2016 Opus Arte Released on: 2016-04-22...
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1. Some smaller roles, and the child roles, were played by more than one actor alternating the parts - it is not known which actor played the part on the RSC’s recordings.
1. Sher played the role using crutches and gave an interpretation which has become a theatrical landmark, prompting the phrase ‘the bottled spider’ to describe Sher/Richard’s physical appearance.
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Feb 04, 2013 · Antony Sher Richard III for the RSC, 1984 In historical terms, it's absolutely fascinating that they've found Richard III – but it doesn't remotely affect the picture we get of him in Shakespeare's...