Summary

The Marlowe Society perform Shakespeare's comedy 'As You Like It' which follows its heroine Rosalind as she flees persecution in her uncle's court to find safety and eventually love in the Forest of Arden with her cousin Celia and court jester, Touchstone.
©2009 Saland Publishing (P)2009 Saland Publishing
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3 out of 5 stars
By D. Bennett on 29-01-11

Hard to hear

I downloaded this play to familiarize myself with it before attending a live performance. This is a recording of an actual performance. This format has its drawbacks in terms of familiarizing yourself with the play. As a listener, you get none of the signposts (e.g. the setting, whose on stage, etc.) that a live viewer or even a reader of the play would have. This version sounded as though it came from a common microphone, so that voices near the mike boomed, while those spoken away sounded faint. After a while, I gave up and read the printed version with much more success.

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