WFSU’s television and radio producers collaborate to create a fresh perspective on the works of William Shakespeare. WFSU-TV leads viewers into the woods with Oberon, Titania and Puck for a uniquely-Florida spin on the “bard’s” words. In addition, WFSQ–FM‘s Dan MacDonald takes listeners on a journey through time, exploring different takes on the music of Shakespeare’s productions. See and hear A Midsummer Night‘s Dream like never before, leading up to a new season of SHAKESPEARE UNCOVERED on WFSU-TV.
Debuting on WFSU–TV in early 2015, SHAKESPEARE UNCOVERED combines history, biography, iconic performances, new analysis, and the personal passions of its celebrated hosts to tell the “stories behind the stories” of some of Shakespeare’s greatest plays.
WFSU has been chosen as one of ten public television stations to receive special production funding. They use these funds to develop local productions and face-to-face community events related to SHAKESPEARE UNCOVERED. We have partnered with The Southern Shakespeare Festival, Tall Timbers Reasearch Station & Land Conservancy, Friends of Wakulla Springs, and Palmetto Expeditions to bring to Tallahassee a unique look at Shakespeare’s work A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
A Song of Protection for Wakulla Springs: EcoShakespeare (2/11/15 – WFSU-TV)
Foraging and the Magic of Plants: EcoShakespeare (2/4/15 – WFSU-TV)
Clearcutting the Longleaf Forest: EcoShakespeare (1/28/15 – WFSU-TV)
WFSU Perspectives: Shakespeare Festival(1/8/15 – WFSU-FM)
Auditioning for Shakespeare (12/24/14 – Tallahassee Democrat)
Did Shakespeare write his plays? The Eco-Answer (12/17/14 – WFSU Ecology Blog)
Southern Shakespeare and WFSU team up to shoot segments (11/10/14 – Tallahassee Democrat)