Shakespeare in Central Florida

In Central Florida, WUCF TV and the Orlando Shakespeare Theater are exploring the modern relevance of some of the Bard’s oldest works and how to attract new audiences young and old to Shakespeare.


Shakespeare Uncovered: Racism

How does Shakespeare tackle racism in several of his works? The Orlando Shakespeare Theater’s actors and directors weigh in, as they prepare for the opening of Othello for audiences across Central Florida.


Shakespeare Uncovered: 25 Years in Central Florida

WUCF TV celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Orlando Shakespeare Theater, evolving from a tiny traveling actors’ group to the region’s only professional Shakespeare theater.


Shakespeare Uncovered: Music

Learn how music heightens Shakespeare’s drama and about an exciting new partnership between the Orlando Philharmonic and the Orlando Shakespeare Theater to bring the Bard’s work to life in Central Florida.


Shakespeare Uncovered: Mock Trial

What would happen if you could put Shakespeare’s greatest villains on trial? The Orlando Shakespeare Theater does just that in its annual “Mock Trial” in Central Florida.


Shakespeare Uncovered: Violence

Why are Shakespeare’s works so violent? WUCF TV and the Orlando Shakespeare Theater offer a glimpse at how the Bard uses violence to engage the audience and enrich the story.


Shakespeare Uncovered: Education

Is four really too young to learn about Shakespeare? WUCF TV and the Orlando Shakespeare Theater take a look at the fantasies and great storytelling that makes the Bard’s works accessible for all ages.