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This new release is a second trio of outstanding productions of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies from the Royal Shakespeare Company. In Romeo and Juliet, the most famous story of love at first sight explodes with intense passion. MacBeth is a contemporary production of Shakespeare's darkest psychological thriller, whilst Troilus and Cressida presents a satirical futuristic vision of a world resounding with the rhythm of battle. Extra features include cast interviews, directors' commentaries, interviews with creative teams, and more. "Sweeping and confident production of Shakespeare's rarely performed tragedy" (Evening Standard, Troilus and Cressida) "A fresh, fleet, blade-sharp revival" (The Telegraph, Romeo and Juliet)
This new release is a second trio of outstanding productions of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies from the Royal Shakespeare Company. In Romeo and Juliet, the most famous story of love at first sight explodes with intense passion. MacBeth is a contemporary production of Shakespeare's darkest psychological thriller, whilst Troilus and Cressida presents a satirical futuristic vision of a world resounding with the rhythm of battle. Extra features include cast interviews, directors' commentaries, interviews with creative teams, and more. "Sweeping and confident production of Shakespeare's rarely performed tragedy" (Evening Standard, Troilus and Cressida) "A fresh, fleet, blade-sharp revival" (The Telegraph, Romeo and Juliet)
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This new release is a second trio of outstanding productions of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies from the Royal Shakespeare Company. In Romeo and Juliet, the most famous story of love at first sight explodes with intense passion. MacBeth is a contemporary production of Shakespeare's darkest psychological thriller, whilst Troilus and Cressida presents a satirical futuristic vision of a world resounding with the rhythm of battle. Extra features include cast interviews, directors' commentaries, interviews with creative teams, and more. "Sweeping and confident production of Shakespeare's rarely performed tragedy" (Evening Standard, Troilus and Cressida) "A fresh, fleet, blade-sharp revival" (The Telegraph, Romeo and Juliet)
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