Lisa Benavides-Nelson – At my urging, my students used the Audio Shakespeare Pronunciation App when I was directing “Othello” and “King Lear” at NYU. Moreover they found it extremely helpful. The app not only supplies the pronunciation of each word (in a thankfully human and applicable way), but also gives alternate pronunciations when the stress changes because of how the … Read More
Andrew Bell – The Audio Shakespeare Pronunciation App is a must for any director or actor approaching Shakespeare. As we’ve been told, there is a method to Shakespeare’s genius and a prescribed musicality to his words. The Audio Shakespeare Pronunciation App helps us master those sounds and get at the heart of the work itself. No director or actor worth … Read More
Tim Carroll – Anyone who reads, studies, or acts in Shakespeare will surely purchase the app version of “All the Word on Stage”. It’s available for both Apple phones and Androids. Artistic Director of the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. Director of the Broadway productions of “Twelfth Night” and “Richard III” starring Mark Rylance.