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Audio Shakespeare Pronunciation App

Over 5ooo Words Researched and Recorded


The ONLY AUDIO Shakespeare Pronunciation App.  Created by  Shane AnnYounts and Louis Scheeder, the authors of “All the Words on Stage, a Complete Pronunciation Dictionary for the plays of William Shakespeare”.

Malvolio

Some characters can have two pronunciations,
depending on the scansion of the verse line.

raven

In some cases a brief definition is given when two words are spelled the same but pronounced differently.

wassail

Often in Shakespeare, the pronunciation of a
word is not reflected in it’s spelling.

wanton

Example of a word used in Shakespeare
 that can be confused with a more common word.

 

 

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Tim Carroll

“Anyone who reads, studies, or acts in Shakespeare will surely purchase the app version of “All the Word on Stage”, 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. - See More

Sonia Torres

The Audio Shakespeare Pronunciation app is absolutely wonderful and so simple and easy to use. It brings all of Shakespeare’s words to life. I love it. I don’t leave home without it. New York Actor. - See More

Norman Anthony Small

I love the Audio Shakespeare Pronunciation app. It is super user-friendly and the audio is very clear. Anytime I’m unsure about how to pronounce a word, I go to this app. I highly recommend this gem for teachers, students, actors and directors. New York Actor. - See More