Shakespeare Selections

Shakespeare Monologues – MEN

All’s Well That Ends Well I.i King strengthens himself, thinking of Bertram’s father
All’s Well That Ends Well II.iii King chastises Bertram
All’s Well That Ends Well IV.ii Bertram woos Diana (cut)
Antony & Cleopatra I.ii Antony sends Enobarbus to tell Cleo of his departure
Antony & Cleopatra I.iv Octavius condemns Antony
Antony & Cleopatra II.ii Enobarbus describes Cleopatra (weak)
Antony & Cleopatra III.vi Octavius tells Octavia of Cleopatra
Antony & Cleopatra III.xi Antony sends his friends away in shame after loss
Antony & Cleopatra III.xiii Antony reproaches Cleopatra then plots with her (cut)
Antony & Cleopatra IV.xii Antony denounces Cleopatra – “the witch must die”
Antony & Cleopatra IV.xiv Antony bids Eros kill him
Antony & Cleopatra V.i Octavian laments Antony’s death
As You Like It I.i Orlando insists to Oliver his blood is as honorable
As You Like It II.iii Adam convinces Orland to flee, take him as second
As You Like It II.vii Jacques talks of meeting a fool in the forest
As You Like It II.vii Orlando demands food, then apologizes
As You Like It II.vii Jacques explains how all the world’s a stage
As You Like It III.i Frederick demands Oliver bring Orlando to him
As You Like It II.iii Adam offers to serve Orlando in the forest
As You Like It IV.iii Oliver tells of Orlando’s lion fight, gives her kerchief
As You Like It V.iv Touchstone banters on verbal weapons
Comedy of Errors I.i Solinus condemns Aegeon to his death (cut)
Comedy of Errors II.i Dromio E claims he is used as a football
Comedy of Errors III.i Balthazar begs Antipholus E not to break down door
Comedy of Errors III.ii Antipholus S begs Luciana to teach him how to act
Comedy of Errors III.ii Dromio S. describes his fat would-be wife (cut)
Comedy of Errors V.i Antipholus of Ephesus demands justice from the duke
Coriolanus I.i First Citizen’s riot speech against Coriolanus
Coriolanus I.i Menenius speaks of body politic to stop rebellion
Coriolanus I.i Coriolanus’ speech to ungrateful rebels
Coriolanus I.iv-ix Coriolanus’ war speech to troops (cut)
Coriolanus I.ix Cominius begs Coriolanus to tell the army his deeds
Coriolanus I.x Aufidius vows to wash in Coriolanus’ blood
Coriolanus II.i Menenius puts proud senators in their place
Coriolanus II.ii Cominius praises Coriolanus for consulship
Coriolanus III.i Coriolanus defends his decisions to the patricians
Coriolanus III.i Menenius begs citizens to calmly charge Coriolanus
Coriolanus III.iii Coriolanus banishes the people (cut)
Coriolanus IV.iii Coriolanus bids his family/friends farewell
Coriolanus IV.v Coriolanus offers his life in Aufidius’ hands
Coriolanus IV.v Aufidius welcomes Coriolanus, offers soldiers
Coriolanus IV.vii Aufidius plots against Coriolanus, soldiers love him
Cymbeline II.ii Iachimo breaks into Imogen’s bedchamber
Cymbeline II.iii Belarius condemns court to his adopted sons
Cymbeline II.v Posthumus rails against women’s faithlessness
Cymbeline III.i Cloten refuses to pay Caius’ tribute (cut)
Cymbeline III.ii Pisanio rejects Posthumus’ letter to kill Imogen
Cymbeline III.iii Belarius relates his unjust banishment from court
Cymbeline IV.i Cloten plots to take Imogen by force, kill her husband
Cymbeline V.i Posthumus regrets Imogen’s death, joins war
Cymbeline V.iii Posthumus makes account of his battle
Cymbeline V.iv Posthumus prays in prison for death
Cymbeline V.v Iachimo confesses and repents
Hamlet I.ii Claudius’ speech to cheer Hamlet
Hamlet I.ii Hamlet’s reaction to marriage
Hamlet I.iii Laertes warns Ophelia to protect her chaste treasure
Hamlet I.iii Polonius’ advice and blessing on Laertes
Hamlet I.iii Polonius commands Ophelia to shun Hamlet
Hamlet I.v Ghost commands Hamlet to revenge his death
Hamlet I.v Hamlet pleads with Horatio to keep silent (cut)
Hamlet II.i Polonius instructs Reynaldo to spy on Laertes
Hamlet II.ii Polonius tells Claudius of Hamlet’s madness, sets trap
Hamlet II.ii Hamlet accuses Ros/Guild of being sent for
Hamlet II.ii Hamlet reacts to player’s speech
Hamlet III.i Hamlet orders Ophelia to a nunnery (cut)
Hamlet III.i “To be or not to be”
Hamlet III.ii Hamlet’s instructions to the players
Hamlet III.ii Hamlet thanks Horatio, bids him watch the king
Hamlet III.iii Claudius struggles to pray
Hamlet III.iii Hamlet decides to wait and kill Claudius in his sins
Hamlet III.iv Hamlet confronts his mother in the closet scene
Hamlet IV.iv Hamlet concludes his thoughts will be bloody
Hamlet IV.vii Claudius convinces Laertes to take his revenge
Hamlet V.i Hamlet reflects on graves and gravediggers
Henry IV, Pt. 1 I.ii Falstaff blames Hal for his dissolute life
Henry IV, Pt. 1 I.ii Hal explains his true nature (sun analogy)
Henry IV, Pt. 1 I.iii Hotspur fires up rage in his men
Henry IV, Pt. 1 I.iii Henry IV demands Hotspur’s prisoners
Henry IV, Pt. 1 I.iii Henry IV berates Hal’s behavior
Henry IV, Pt. 1 II.iv Prince Hal boasts of his drinking ability
Henry IV, Pt. 1 III.ii King Henry wonders how the throne will be passed
Henry IV, Pt. 1 III.ii Prince of Wales believes he should have the crown
Henry IV, Pt. 1 III.ii Hal vows to destroy Hotspur
Henry IV, Pt. 1 IV.iii Hotspur claims the king owes all he has to them
Henry IV, Pt. 1 V.i Falstaff’s speech on honor (combine V.iv)
Henry IV, Pt. 1 V.i Earl of Worchester rebukes King’s broken promises
Henry IV, Pt. 2 I.i Northumberland reacts to son Hotspur’s death
Henry IV, Pt. 2 I.i Richard of York resolves to fight and win crown
Henry IV, Pt. 2 III.i Henry is ill and upset he cannot sleep (cut)
Henry IV, Pt. 2 III.i Richard of York reveals his plan to become king
Henry IV, Pt. 2 III.ii King Henry wishes his son was more like Hotspur
Henry IV, Pt. 2 III.ii Falstaff mocks gentlemen and plans to use them
Henry IV, Pt. 2 IV.iv Henry IV asks Clarence to care for his brother Hal
Henry IV, Pt. 2 IV.v Henry IV chides Hal for taking the crown
Henry IV, Pt. 2 IV.v Hal explains why he took the crown
Henry IV, Pt. 2 V.ii Hal’s speech to Lord Marshall upon father’s death
Henry IV, Pt. 2 V.v Henry V denounces Falstaff & his crew
Henry V I.i Prologue begs audiences indulgence (combine 5)
Henry V I.ii Henry V “tennis balls” speech
Henry V II.ii Henry V speech to the three traitors
Henry V II.iv Exeter demands French King’s surrender
Henry V III.i Henry V – “once more unto the breach”
Henry V III.iii Henry V’s parley with town of Harfleur
Henry V IV.i Henry V addresses differences between kings/subjects
Henry V IV.iii Henry V’s “Crispian’s Day” speech
Henry V IV.vii Henry V thanks God for miraculous Agincourt victory
Henry V V.ii Henry V woos Katharine
Henry VI, Pt. 1 IV.i Henry VI speaks against the War of the Roses
Henry VI, Pt. 1 V.iv Shepherd demands Joan claim him as her father
Henry VI, Pt. 1 V.v Suffolk argues that Margaret should be queen
Henry VI, Pt. 1 V.vii Old Talbot grieves for his son
Henry VI, Pt. 2 I.i Gloucester speaks against the marriage and treaty
Henry VI, Pt. 2 I.i Winchester warns of Gloucester’s popularity
Henry VI, Pt. 2 III.i Gloucester accuses his accusers
Henry VI, Pt. 2 III.i Henry VI insists that Gloucester is no traitor
Henry VI, Pt. 2 IV.i Captain blames state of England on Suffolk
Henry VI, Pt. 2 IV.i Suffolk argues, then accepts death
Henry VI, Pt. 2 V.i Richard claims he should be king
Henry VI, Pt. 3 I.iii Boy Edmond begs Clifford to let him live
Henry VI, Pt. 3 I.iv Richard insults Queen Margaret’s cruelty
Henry VI, Pt. 3 II.ii Clifford berates Henry VI for disinheriting his son
Henry VI, Pt. 3 II.v King Henry wishes he was a shepherd and not king
Henry VI, Pt. 3 V.i Clarence throws down his rose to spite Warwick
Henry VI, Pt. 3 V.vi Gloucester plots to kill the king
Henry VIII I.i Norfolk urges Buckingham not to scorn Wolsey
Henry VIII II.i Buckingham’s execution speech
Henry VIII II.iv King Henry speaks at trial regarding his marriage
Henry VIII III.ii Wolsey professes how he has always served Henry
Henry VIII III.ii Wolsey’s final advice to Cromwell
Henry VIII V.iii Henry appears to defend Cranmer
Julius Caesar I.ii Cassius praises Brutus, flatters to the conspiracy
Julius Caesar II.i Brutus contemplates danger of Caesar as a snake’s egg
Julius Caesar II.i Brutus orders death of Caesar, spares Antony
Julius Caesar III.i Antony speaks to Caesar’s murderers
Julius Caesar III.i Brutus justifies himself to Antony
Julius Caesar III.ii Brutus’ funeral speech justifying his actions
Julius Caesar III.ii Antony’s funeral speech praising Caesar
Julius Caesar IV.i Antony questions Lepidus’ worthiness to Octavius
Julius Caesar IV.iii Brutus chastises Cassius
King John I.i Phillip can be rude now that he is knighted
King John II.i King Phillip threatens the city to acknowledge Arthur
King John III.i Pandolph threatens King Philip with excommunication
King John III.iii King John asks Hubert to kill young Arthur
King John IV.i Arthur begs Hubert not to harm him
King John IV.ii Salisbury/Pembroke on 2nd coronation & Arthur
King John IV.ii King John berates Hubert for killing young Arthur
King John IV.iii Philip the Bastard stands against Arthur’s “murderers”
King John V.i Philip the Bastard revs John up for war (cut)
King John V.ii Lewis of France refuses Cardinal’s request to end war
King John V.ii Phillip calls for arms against the French
King Lear I.ii Edmund’s speech on bastardy
King Lear I.iv Lear reacts to Goneril’s confrontation
King Lear II.iii Edgar decides he shall disguise himself
King Lear II.iv Lear berates his daughters for his reception
King Lear IV.iv Lear rages in madness
Loves Labours Lost I.i Berowne choses study over the distraction of women
Loves Labours Lost I.ii Don Armado describes himself in love
Loves Labours Lost III.i Berowne complains of being in love, insults women
Loves Labours Lost IV.iii Berowne talks his friends out of anti-women vow
Loves Labours Lost V.ii Berowne confesses his love
Macbeth I.vii Macbeth contemplates murder and treason
Macbeth II.i Macbeth sees a dagger before him leading to Duncan
Macbeth III.i Macbeth contemplates murdering Banquo
Measure for Measure I.i Duke empowers Angelo
Measure for Measure I.ii Claudio sends Lucio for help from Isabella
Measure for Measure I.iii Duke justifies his plan to Friar Thomas
Measure for Measure I.iv Lucio convinces Isabella to fight for her brother
Measure for Measure II.i Angelo justifies Claudio’s death (cut)
Measure for Measure II.i Elbow’s humorous court appearance (cut)
Measure for Measure II.ii/iv Angelo fights his lust (cut together)
Measure for Measure II.iv Angelo’s sexual blackmail of Isabella (cut)
Measure for Measure III.i Duke counsels Claudio for death
Measure for Measure III.i Claudio begs Isabella to save his life (cut)
Measure for Measure III.i Duke convinces Isabella to do a bed switch (cut)
Measure for Measure IV.iv Angelo regrets killing Claudio
Merchant of Venice I.i Gratiano berates Antonio for his melancholy
Merchant of Venice I.iii Shylock strikes a deal
Merchant of Venice II.ii Launcelot Gobbo debates running from Shylock
Merchant of Venice III.i Shylock, “Hath not a Jew eyes?”
Merchant of Venice III.ii Bassanio tells Portia of Antonio’s plight with Shylock
Merchant of Venice IV.i Shylock explains why he must take a pound of flesh
Merchant of Venice V.i Bassanio explains why he doesn’t have the ring
Merry Wives of Windsor I.iii Falstaff boasting and prepping letters (cut)
Merry Wives of Windsor II.ii Falstaff refusing money
Merry Wives of Windsor II.ii Ford employing Falstaff to seduce his wife (cut)
Merry Wives of Windsor II.ii Ford cursing Fallstaff for future cuckolding him
Merry Wives of Windsor III.ii Ford explains his plan
Merry Wives of Windsor III.v Falstaff on being thrown in Thames (w/ IV.v, V.i, V.v)
Midsummer Night’s Dream I.i Egeus brings Hermia before Theseus
Midsummer Night’s Dream I.i Lysander pleads his worthiness
Midsummer Night’s Dream I.i Puck introduces himself to a fairy
Midsummer Night’s Dream II.i Oberon orders Puck to find the flower, anoint Titania
Midsummer Night’s Dream III.ii Puck relates the story of Titania in love with an ass
Midsummer Night’s Dream IV.i Bottom awakes, plans to write ballad about his dream
Midsummer Night’s Dream V.i Puck celebrates fairy revels, begs the audience’s hands
Much Ado About Nothing II.i Benedick proclaims Beatrice a harpy
Much Ado About Nothing II.iii Benedick on how love has transformed Claudio
Much Ado About Nothing II.iii Benedick’s reaction to news of Beatrice’s love
Much Ado About Nothing III.iii Dogberry’s instructions to the watch (cut)
Much Ado About Nothing IV.i Leonato reviles Hero at the wedding
Much Ado About Nothing IV.i Friar Francis suggests faking Hero’s death
Much Ado About Nothing IV.ii-V.i Dogberry’s “ass” monologue
Much Ado About Nothing V.i Leonato begs Antonio to give him no counsel
Much Ado About Nothing V.i Leonato confronts and accuses Claudio
Othello I.i Iago confesses his is not as he seems
Othello I.i Roderigo tells Brabantio of Desdemona’s elopement
Othello I.i Brabantio reacts to Desdemona’s elopement
Othello I.ii Brabantio confronts Othello
Othello I.iii Othello defends his love for Desdemona
Othello I.iii Iago advises Roderigo to put money in his purse
Othello II.i Iago convinces Roderigo that Desdemona loves Cassio
Othello II.iii Iago insists he is no villain
Othello III.iii Iago warns Othello to beware of jealousy (cut)
Othello III.iii Othello accuses Iago of setting him on the rack (cut)
Othello IV.ii Othello tells Desdemona he cannot bear the world
Othello V.ii Othello justifies killing Desdemona as she sleeps
Pericles I.i Pericles greets king, guesses his riddle (cut)
Pericles III.i Pericles begs gods to calm the sea, mourns wife (cut)
Pericles V.i Pericles begs Marina to tell her story (cut)
Richard II I.i Gaunt describes England at his death
Richard II I.i Henry IV accuses Mobray of treachery
Richard II I.i Mobray defends himself against accusations
Richard II II.i Old John of Gaunt’s death pronouncement on Richard
Richard II II.i Langely berates Richard for seizing Bolingbroke land
Richard II II.iii Henry IV justifies himself to Langley
Richard II III.i Henry IV condemns Bushy & Green to death
Richard II III.ii Richard assures Bolingbroke will fall to rising sun
Richard II III.iii Richard asserts divine right to Northumberland
Richard II IV.i Richard abdicates the throne
Richard II V.i Richard begins to go mad in prison (cut with V.v)
Richard III I.i Richard “winter of our discontent” & “prove a villain”
Richard III I.i Richard plots against his brothers
Richard III I.ii Richard praises Anne’s beauty
Richard III I.ii Richard brags about his conquest of Anne
Richard III I.iv Clarence pleads murderers for his life
Richard III II.i Edward IV reacts to brother Clarence’s death
Richard III III.iv Lord Hasting’s death speech
Richard III III.vii Buckingham offers the crown to Richard
Richard III V.iii Richard rallies the arm
Richard III V.iii Richmond speaking after ghosts visit the troops
Romeo & Juliet I.iv Mercutio recounts Queen Mab dream
Romeo & Juliet III.iii Romeo wails his fait of banishment, wishes for death
Romeo & Juliet III.iii Friar Lawrence berates Romeo for his womanly tears
Romeo & Juliet III.v Capulet threatens Juliet to marry Paris or die in streets
Romeo & Juliet V.iii Romeo’s suicide speech in Juliet’s tomb
Taming of the Shrew I.i Lucentio on loving Bianca (cut)
Taming of the Shrew III.ii Combine Biondello/Gremio telling of Kate’s wedding
Taming of the Shrew IV.i Petruchio explains his plan to tame Kate
Tempest III.i Ferdinand woos Miranda
Tempest V.i Prospero releases enchantment, retires (cut)
Timon of Athens III.v Alcibiades begs senators to spare his friend’s life (cut)
Timon of Athens IV.i Timon curses Athens and all humanity
Timon of Athens IV.ii Flavius pities Timon, follows him
Timon of Athens IV.iii Timon begs earth/air to swallow mankind
Timon of Athens IV.iii Timon instructs Alcibiades to kill all Athenians
Titus Andronicus I.i Marcus pleads that Saturninus/Bassianus withdraw
Titus Andronicus I.i Titus’ welcome home speech/refusal of consul (cut)
Titus Andronicus I.i Titus gives his voice to Saturninus for emperor (cut)
Titus Andronicus I.i Saturninus rejects Titus and proposes to Tamora (cut)
Titus Andronicus II.i Aaron convinces boys to attack Lavinia (cut)
Titus Andronicus II.iv Marcus discovers Lavinia raped and mutilated
Titus Andronicus III.i Titus begs the tribunes to spare his sons (cut)
Titus Andronicus III.ii Titus grieves and rages after his hand is cut off
Titus Andronicus IV.ii Aaron threatens the princes to protect his baby (cut)
Titus Andronicus IV.iii Saturninus rails on Titus’ letters to the gods (cut)
Titus Andronicus V.i, iii Aaron taunts Lucius and confesses his cruelty (cut)
Troilus & Cressida I.iii Ulysses blames Troy’s strength on Greece’s weakness
Troilus & Cressida I.iii Ulysses rails against Achilles, plans his shame (cut)
Troilus & Cressida I.iii Aeneas issues Hector’s challenge
Troilus & Cressida II.ii Hector argues for returning Helen (cut)
Troilus & Cressida II.ii Troilus argues Helen’s value for the keeping
Troilus & Cressida II.ii Paris vows to keep Helen
Troilus & Cressida II.iii Agamemnon’s message to Achilles
Troilus & Cressida II.iii Ulysses advises Agamemnon to send Ajax (cut)
Troilus & Cressida III.iii Calchas begs the ransom of his daughter Cressida
Troilus & Cressida III.iii Ulysses reasons with Achilles to fight in Ajax’s stead
Troilus & Cressida V.ii Troilus rants to Ulysses of Cressida’s treachery
Troilus & Cressida V.iii Hector insists on going to war (cut)
Troilus & Cressida V.x Troilus’ speech on Hector’s death
Twelfth Night I.i Orsino talks of his love for Olivia
Twelfth Night II.v Malvolio finds love letter and imagines his future
Twelfth Night V.i Orsino chastises Olivia and threatens Viola
Twelfth Night V.i Antonio defends himself and accuses Cesario (Viola)
Two Gentlemen of Verona II.iii Launce rails on his dog’s hard-heartedness
Two Gentlemen of Verona II.iv Valentine brags of Silvia’s beauty
Two Gentlemen of Verona II.iv Proteus weighs Julia/Valentine against Silvia’s love
Two Gentlemen of Verona III.i Valentine teaches the Duke how to win a woman
Two Gentlemen of Verona III.i Duke commands Valentine to leave Milan
Two Gentlemen of Verona III.i Valentine insists banishment from Silvia is death
Two Gentlemen of Verona III.i Proteus falsely offers to facilitate Valentine’s letters
Two Gentlemen of Verona IV.iv Launce speaks of taking credit for his dog’s “accident”
Two Noble Kinsmen V.i Arcite prays before fighting to the death
Two Noble Kinsmen V.i Palamon prays before fighting to the death
Winter’s Tale I.ii Leontes suspects infidelity, plays on “play”
Winter’s Tale I.ii Leontes convinces Camillo to kill Polixenes (cut)
Winter’s Tale I.ii Polixenes begs for his life
Winter’s Tale II.iii Leontes instructs Antigonus to kill the child
Winter’s Tale III.iii Antigonus reluctantly abandons baby
Winter’s Tale IV.iv Polixenes reveals himself and disinherits Florizel
Winter’s Tale IV.iv Camillo convinces Florizel to flee to Sicilia
Winter’s Tale IV.iv Autolycus rejoices in his thievery, plots

 

Shakespeare Monologues – WOMEN

All’s Well That Ends Well I.iii Helena justifies her love to the Countess
All’s Well That Ends Well III.ii Helena wonders if she drove Bertram from court
All’s Well That Ends Well III.iv Countess plots against her son
Antony & Cleopatra I.iii Cleo sends Antony away (cut)
Antony & Cleopatra I.v Cleo pines for Antony (cut whole scene)
Antony & Cleopatra IV.xv Cleopatra laments over Antony’s body
Antony & Cleopatra V.ii Cleo threatens to starve herself, dreams of Antony
As You Like It I.iii Rosalind defends her father to Ferdinand
As You Like It III.ii Rosalind speaks with Orlando disguised as Ganymede
As You Like It III.v Phebe rejects Silvius’ advances (cut)
As You Like It III.v Rosalind chastises Phebe’s pride
As You Like It III.v Phebe debates Rosalind’s (Ganymede’s) qualities
As You Like It III.v/IV.iii Rosalind chastises Silvius for loving Phebe
As You Like It V.ii Rosalind convinces Orlando he must marry her
As You Like It V.iv Rosalind delivers epilogue for audience approval
As You Like It V.i Aemilia blames Adriana for her husband’s madness
Comedy of Errors II.i Adriana claims Antipholus is having an affair
Comedy of Errors II.ii Adriana begs Antipholus S. to dinner
Comedy of Errors III.ii Luciana teaches Antipholus S. to hide his adultery
Coriolanus I.iii Volumnia’s speech on the value of courage
Coriolanus I.iii Valeria attempts to persuade Virgilia from the house
Coriolanus III.ii Volumnia convinces Coriolanus to court the people
Coriolanus IV.ii Volumnia berates the senators for banishing her son
Coriolanus V.iii Volumnia begs Coriolanus to make peace with Rome
Cymbeline I.v Queen sends poisonous drugs
Cymbeline I.vi Imogen’s indignation at Iachimo’s advances
Cymbeline III.iii Imogen reads the letter stating Posthumus is close
Cymbeline III.iv Imogen begs Pisanio to kill her
Cymbeline III.vi Imogen seeks shelter in a cave
Cymbeline IV.ii Imogen finds decapitated body upon awakening
Hamlet IV.v Ophelia’s mad song on the flowers
Hamlet IV.vii Gertrude relates Ophelia’s death
Henry IV, Pt. 1 II.iii Lady Percy begs husband to confide in her (cut)
Henry IV, Pt. 2 II.i Mistress Quickly rants for Falstaff’s arrest
Henry IV, Pt. 2 II.iii Lady Percy begs Father Northumberland not to fight
Henry V II.iii Quickly recounts Falstaff’s death
Henry VI, Pt. 1 II.iii Countess of Aubergne insults, cowers to Talbot
Henry VI, Pt. 1 III.iii Joan of Arc begs Burgandy to fight for France
Henry VI, Pt. 1 V.iv Joan of Arc’s death speech (cut)
Henry VI, Pt. 2 I.ii Eleanor tells Gloucester she dreams of being queen
Henry VI, Pt. 2 I.iii Margaret expresses her hatred for the duchess
Henry VI, Pt. 2 II.iv Eleanor chastises Gloucester for watching her shame
Henry VI, Pt. 2 III.i Margaret warns Henry VI against Gloucester
Henry VI, Pt. 2 III.ii Margaret claims Henry VI mourns Gloucester over her
Henry VI, Pt. 2 III.ii Margaret bids farewell to lover Suffolk
Henry VI, Pt. 3 I.i Margaret rejects Henry VI for disinheriting his son
Henry VI, Pt. 3 I.iv Margaret mocks Richard with bloody kerchief, crown
Henry VI, Pt. 3 V.iv Margaret rouses soldiers with ocean analogy (cut)
Henry VI, Pt. 3 V.v Margaret curses Plantagenets for son’s murder (cut)
Henry VIII II.iv Queen Katharine defends herself to Henry, Wolsey
Henry VIII III.i Queen Katharine mourns her lot to the Cardinals
Henry VIII IV.ii Katharine bids farewell to her servants at her death
Julius Caesar II.i Portia begs Brutus to confide in her
Julius Caesar II.ii Calphurnia warns Caesar about the Ides of March
King John III.i Lady Constance rails at news of French-English peace
King John III.i Blanch’s wedding day speech (cut)
King John III.iv Lady Constance grieves for young Arthur’s capture
King Lear I.iv Goneril confronts Lear regarding his behavior
King Lear IV.vii Cordelia pities Lear as he sleeps
Loves Labours Lost II.i Princess sends servant to invite the King to her
Loves Labours Lost V.ii Princess invites King to visit her
Macbeth I.v Lady Macbeth reacts to witches’ news, unsex me here
Macbeth I.vii Lady Macbeth urges her husband to murder
Macbeth III.v Hecate gives instruction to the witches
Macbeth V.i Lady Macbeth’s insanity monologue (cut)
Measure for Measure II.ii Isabella learns of her brother’s imprisonment
Measure for Measure III.i Isabella reacts to Claudio’s plea for his life (cut)
Measure for Measure V.i Isabel pleads before Duke for justice
Merchant of Venice I.ii Portia mocks her suitors, dotes on Bassanio
Merchant of Venice III.ii Portia’s is reluctant for Bassanio to choose a casket
Merchant of Venice III.ii Portia offers herself to Bassanio
Merchant of Venice IV.i Portia’s quality of mercy speech with judgment (cut)
Merry Wives of Windsor II.i Mistress Page reads Falstaff’s letter
Merry Wives of Windsor II.ii Mistress Quickly is in “such a canaries”
Midsummer Night’s Dream I.i Helena bemoans her fate, forms plan to get Demetrius
Midsummer Night’s Dream II.i Titania recounts her fight with Oberon
Midsummer Night’s Dream II.ii Hermia convinces Lysander to sleep farther away
Midsummer Night’s Dream III.ii Helena begs Hermia to end her sport
Much Ado About Nothing II.i Beatrice wonders if she can love a man
Much Ado About Nothing III.i Beatrice vows to tame her heart to Benedick’s hand
Othello I.iii Desdemona speaks of divided duty/begs to go to war
Othello III.iii Desdemona sues to Othello for Cassio’s pardon
Othello IV.ii Desdemona asks why Othello is sending her away
Othello IV.iii Emilia on husbands and wives
Pericles IV.i Marina begs Leonine to let her live (cut)
Pericles IV.ii Marina wonders why Dionyza would kill her now
Pericles IV.iii Dionyza justifies her murder to Cleon (cut)
Richard II I.ii Widow of Gloucester begs Gaunt for revenge
Richard II II.iv Duchess of Gloucester upbraids Gloucester
Richard II V.i Queen wonders that Richard is so weakened
Richard III I.ii Anne grieves over her father-in-law’s body
Richard III I.iii Margaret’s curses on Richard, Elizabeth, etc.
Richard III IV.iv Duchess of York curses her son, Richard
Richard III IV.iv Elizabeth reacts to Richard wooing her daughter (cut)
Richard III IV.iv Margaret’s I-told-you-so speech to Elizabeth
Romeo & Juliet I.iii Nurse remembers Juliet’s rearing
Romeo & Juliet I.iii Lady Capulet persuades Juliet to think of marriage
Romeo & Juliet II.ii Juliet’s reluctant confession of love to Romeo
Romeo & Juliet III.ii Juliet urges on her wedding night
Romeo & Juliet III.ii Juliet on Romeo’s murder of Tybalt & banishment
Romeo & Juliet IV.i Juliet begs Friar for relief from marriage to Paris
Romeo & Juliet IV.iii Juliet works up courage to drink the potion
Romeo & Juliet V.iii Juliet prepares to drink the poison
Taming of the Shrew III.ii Katherina’s rant at the wedding
Taming of the Shrew V.ii Katherina’s speech on wives
Tempest I.i Miranda asks her father if he created the storm
Tempest I.ii Ariel reports of the shipwreck and storm
Titus Andronicus I.i Tamora begs Titus to spare her son
Titus Andronicus I.i Tamora tells Saturninus to forgive Titus, plots revenge
Titus Andronicus II.iii Tamora demands that her sons avenge her
Titus Andronicus II.iii Lavinia begs Tamora for mercy (cut)
Titus Andronicus IV.iii Tamora cheers Saturninus, plots against Titus
Troilus & Cressida III.ii Cressida’s reluctant love confession (add I.ii)
Troilus & Cressida IV.ii-iv Cressida insists she will not leave Troy (cut)
Troilus & Cressida V.iii Andromache begs Hector not to go to war (cut)
Twelfth Night I.v Viola woos Olivia disguised as a boy
Twelfth Night II.ii Viola – “I am the man”
Two Gentlemen of Verona I.ii Julia gathering pieces of thee letter
Two Gentlemen of Verona II.vii Julia begs Lucetta’s help in seeking Proteus (cut)
Two Gentlemen of Verona IV.iii Silvia begs Sir Eglamour to accompany her
Two Gentlemen of Verona IV.iv Julia compares Silvia to herself after meeting her
Two Gentlemen of Verona V.iv Silvia rejects Proteus’ rescue
Two Noble Kinsmen II.v Jailer’s daughter confesses love for Palamon
Two Noble Kinsmen III.ii Jailer’s daughter fears she’ll go mad
Two Noble Kinsmen IV.ii Emilia hopes for both duelers’ success
Two Noble Kinsmen V.i Emilia is won by the one who loves her best
Winter’s Tale II.iii Paulina brings the baby to Leontes
Winter’s Tale III.ii Hermione defends herself in court
Winter’s Tale III.ii Paulina blames Leontes for Hermione’s death

Shakespeare Scenes – TWO WOMEN

All’s Well That Ends Well I.iii Helena confesses to the Countess her love for Bertram
As You Like It I.iii Rosalind and Celia discuss Orlando, plan to flee (cut)
As You Like It III.ii Rosalind demands of Celia who has written the poetry
Comedy of Errors II.i Adriana complains of her husband to Luciana (rhyme)
Henry V III.iv Alice teaches Katharine English (French dialogue)
Henry VIII II.iii Anne insists to Old Lady she would never be queen
Merry Wives of Windsor II.i Mistresses Page and Ford react to the letters
Merchant of Venice I.ii Nerissa discusses Portia’s suitors with her
Othello IV.iii Emilia and Desdemona’s “willow song” scene
Romeo & Juliet II.v Juliet begs Nurse for her news from Romeo
Romeo & Juliet III.ii Nurse brings Juliet news of Tybalt’s death
Romeo & Juliet III.v Lady Capulet comforts Juliet and looks to marriage
Twelfth Night I.v Viola woos Olivia for Orsino
Twelfth Night III.i Olivia confesses love to Viola
Two Gentlemen of Verona I.ii Julia and Lucetta argue over Proteus’ letter
Two Gentlemen of Verona IV.iv Julia delivers Proteus’ letter to Silvia in disguise

 

Shakespeare Scenes – THREE WOMEN

Antony & Cleopatra III.iii Cleopatra asks messenger/Charmian of Octavia
Antony & Cleopatra V.ii-iii Cleopatra’s death scene with Iras and Charmian (cut)
Coriolanus I.iii Volumnia/Valeria tempt Virgilia to mirth outdoors
Macbeth I.i Three witches meet together
Much Ado About Nothing II.iii Hero, Ursula and Beatrice garden scene
Much Ado About Nothing III.iv Margaret’s witty wedding day rant to Hero/Beatrice
Richard III Iv.iv Weeping queens scene (Elizabeth, York, Margaret)

 

Shakespeare Scenes – TWO MEN

Antony & Cleopatra I.ii Antony orders Enobarbus to prepare troops to leave
Antony & Cleopatra II.vi Antony & Menas praise each other for land/sea battle
Antony & Cleopatra IV.xiv Antony bids Eros kill him
As You Like It III.ii Touchstone wittily teases Corin with damnation
As You Like It III.ii Jacques and Orlando banter, mocking each other
Comedy of Errors I.ii Antipholus S. demands his money of Dromio E.
Coriolanus I.i Menenius calms First Citizen from revolt
Coriolanus I.ix Cominius gives Martius the title ‘Coriolanus’
Coriolanus II.i Sicinius and Brutus plot against Coriolanus
Coriolanus IV.v Coriolanus begs Aufidius to join him against Rome
Cymbeline I.iv Iachimo bets Posthumus he can seduce his wife
Cymbeline II.iv Iachimo tells Posthumus of his night with Imogen
Hamlet I.ii Horatio tells Hamlet of ghost (cut Marcellus)
Hamlet I.v Hamlet meets his father’s ghost
Hamlet II.ii Polonius w/ Hamlet reading
Hamlet IV.iii Claudius demands Polonius’ body from Hamlet
Hamlet IV.vii Claudius convinces Laertes to take revenge on Hamlet
Hamlet V.i Two gravediggers discuss philosophy as they work
Hamlet V.i Hamlet learns of Yorick from the Gravedigger
Henry IV, Pt. 1 I.ii Hale & Falstaff drink together and discuss the future
Henry IV, Pt. 1 II.iv Hal & Falstaff role play being the king
Henry IV, Pt. 1 V.iv Henry IV & Hotspur meet in battle
Henry IV, Pt. 2 I.i Morton tells Northumberland of his son’s death
Henry IV, Pt. 2 IV.v Henry IV & Henry V crown scene
Henry V IV.i Henry, in disguise, discusses kingship with Michael
Henry VI, Pt. 1 IV.v-vi Talbot and son vow to die for England (rhymed verse)
Henry VI, Pt. 2 IV.x Iden kills the starving rebel Cade in his garden
Henry VI, Pt. 3 V.vi Richard murders Henry VI in the Tower
Henry VIII III.ii Henry passive-aggressively confronts Wolsey
Julius Caesar I.ii Cassius plants seeds of doubt/pride in Brutus
Julius Caesar IV.iii Brutus/Cassius confrontation
King John IV.i Young Arthur begs Hubert not to harm him
King John IV.ii John berates Hubert for Arthur’s murder, learns truth
King Lear I.ii Edmund sadly breaks news of treachery to Gloucester
King Lear II.ii Disguised Earl of Kent fights Oswald
King Lear IV.vi Edgar leads Gloucester to a cliff and he “falls”
Love’s Labour’s Lost I.ii Armado tells Moth of his love for Jacquenetta
Macbeth IV.iii Macduff begs Malcolm to return to Scotland as king
Macbeth V.viii Macduff kills Macbeth in a duel
Measure for Measure III.ii Lucio insults Duke (cut with IV.iii and V.i revelation)
Measure for Measure IV.ii Duke convinces Provost to delay Claudio’s death
Merchant of Venice I.i Bassiano approaches Antonio about a loan
Merchant of Venice I.iii Shylock and Antonio strike their deal
Merry Wives of Windsor II.ii Ford in disguise employs Falstaff to seduce his wife
Merry Wives of Windsor III.v Falstaff tells Ford he will pursue wife (after basket)
Midsummer Night’s Dream III.ii Oberon discovers Puck’s mistake, orders him to fix it
Much Ado About Nothing I.iii Don John plots against Hero with Conrade
Othello II.iii Iago convinces Cassio to go to Desdemona
Othello III.iii Iago plants the seed of doubt in Othello
Othello III.iii Othello is convinced and plots revenge with Iago
Othello IV.i Othello asks Iago how to murder Cassio
Othello IV.ii Iago convinces Roderigo to undertake Cassio’s death
Pericles I.i Pericles solves Antiochus’ riddle
Richard II I.iii Gaunt comforts Henry IV on his banishment
Richard II II.iii York advises Henry IV against revolt
Richard II III.ii Scroop brings Richard word of his defeat
Richard III III.viii Buckingham offers Richard the crown repetitively
Richard III IV.ii Richard orders Buckingham to kill Princes, denies gift
Romeo & Juliet I.iv Mercutio convinces Romeo to come to Capulet ball
Romeo & Juliet II.iii Romeo asks Friar Lawrence to marry him
Romeo & Juliet II.iv Romeo & Mercutio wittily banter on love
Tempest I.ii Ariel demands his freedom of Prospero (cut)
Tempest II.i Antonio convinces Sebastian to kill his brother
Timon of Athens II.ii Flavius breaks bankruptcy news to Timon
Timon of Athens IV.iii Timon instructs Alcibiades to kill all Athenians
Titus Andronicus V.i Aaron confesses to Lucius to save his baby son
Troilus & Cressida I.i Pandarus teases Troilus with talk of Cressida
Two Gentlemen of Verona I.i Valentine takes his leave of Proteus
Two Gentlemen of Verona II.iv Proteus seeks to learn more of Silvia from Valentine
Two Gentlemen of Verona II.v Speed and Launce joke of Proteus’ love
Two Gentlemen of Verona III.i Speed reads Launce’s list of his mistress’ vices/virtues
Winter’s Tale I.ii Leontes orders Camillo to murder Polixenes
Winter’s Tale I.ii Camillo tells Polixenes of his order to kill him
Winter’s Tale IV.iii Autolycus robs the Clown pretending to be a victim

 

Shakespeare Scenes – THREE MEN

Antony & Cleopatra II.ii Triumvirate plans marriage alliance (cut to Lepidus)
Antony & Cleopatra IV.xiv Antony bids Eros kill him (add Mardian)
As You Like It I.i Orlando/Adam confront Oliver for his neglect
As You Like It II.vii Jaques/Duke Senior unexpectedly offer Orlando food
Comedy of Errors IV.i Antipholus E. looks on as an officer arrests Angelo
Coriolanus IV.vi Menenius and Cominius berate Tribune (combine)
Cymbeline II.iv Iachimo tells Posthumus/Philario of night with Imogen
Hamlet I.i Bernardo, Horatio and Marcellus see ghost
Hamlet I.ii oHoratio and Marcellus tell Hamlet of ghost
Hamlet I.iv Hamlet, Marcellus & Horatio see ghost
Hamlet III.ii Hamlet begs Ros/Guild to play on a pipe
Hamlet V.ii Osric invites Hamlet to duel, Horatio resists
Henry IV, Pt. 1 I.iii Hotspur rages as Worcester/Northumberland plan
Henry IV, Pt. 1 V.i Hal offers single combat in Henry/Worcester meeting
Henry VI, Pt. 1 I.iii Lord Mayor parts Gloucester/Bishop of Winchester
Henry VI, Pt. 1 III.i Henry VI makes peace ‘tween Gloucester/Winchester
Henry VI, Pt. 2 IV.vii Rebel leader, Cade, orders death of Lord Say
Henry VI, Pt. 3 I.ii Edward/Richard convince father to meet Margaret
Henry VI, Pt. 3 V.i Richard/Edward and Warwick exchange threats
Henry VIII III.ii Lords relieve Wolsey of king’s seal, honors
Julius Caesar III.i Antony comes to Brutus/Cassius to see Caesar’s body
King John I.i Faulconbridge & Philip the Bastard before King John
King Lear II.i Edgar flees, Edmund shows feigned wound to father
King Lear III.iv-vii Mad King Lear and Fool welcome Edgar (cut)
King Lear IV.i Gloucester begs Old Man/Edgar lead him to cliff
Macbeth IV.iii Ross tells Malcolm/Macduff of Macduff murders
Measure for Measure I.i Duke leaves kingdom to Angelo with Escalus’ support
Measure for Measure I.ii Claudio sends Lucio for help as he is carried to prison
Measure for Measure IV.ii Provost/Abhorson instruct Pompey as executioner
Merchant of Venice I.iii Shylock, Bassanio, and Antonio strike a deal
Merry Wives of Windsor I.iii Pistol and Nym refuse to deliver Falstaff’s letters
Much Ado About Nothing I.i Claudio confesses his love to Benedick and Don Pedro
Much Ado About Nothing V.i Benedick challenges Claudio in front of Don Pedro
Othello I.i Iago and Roderigo wake Brabantio with wedding news
Richard II I.i, iii Richard II arbitrates Henry IV/Mobray dispute
Richard II I.iii King comforts Bolinbroke & Gaunt on banishment
Richard III I.i Brakenbury takes Clarence from Richard to prison
Richard III I.iv Clarence & his murderers
Taming of the Shrew II.i Tranio and Gremia vie for Bianca with Baptista
Tempest II.ii Trinculo then Stephano come across Caliban, join him
Timon of Athens V.i Timon deceives the Poet and Painter, beats them
Titus Andronicus I.i Marcus & Lucius/Quintus beg Titus for son’s burial
Titus Andronicus II.i Aaron/Demetrius/Chiron plot against Lavinia’s virtue
Troilus & Cressida II.i Achilles parts Ajax and Thersites in argument
Troilus & Cressida II.ii Hector, Paris and Troilus debate keeping Helen (cut)
Troilus & Cressida IV.i Diomedes comes to Paris/Aeneas to retrieve Cressida
Troilus & Cressida IV.v-vi Ulysses sees Achilles/Hector challenge each other
Two Gentlemen of Verona I.iii Antonio/Panthino send Proteus to Emperor’s court
Two Gentlemen of Verona III.i Duke, at Proteus’ urging, discovers Valentine’s ladder
Winter’s Tale IV.iv Autolycus swindles the Old Shepherd and the Clown

 

Shakespeare Scenes – ONE MAN, ONE WOMAN

Antony & Cleopatra I.iii Antony tells Cleopatra of Fulvia’s death
Antony & Cleopatra IV.xv Antony dies in Cleopatra’s arms
Antony & Cleopatra V.ii Proculeius/Dolabella (combined) stops Cleo’s death
All’s Well That Ends Well I.i Parolles advises Helena on virginity
All’s Well That Ends Well II.i Helena offers the King her help in curing him
All’s Well That Ends Well IV.ii Bertram gives Diana his ring
As You Like It III.ii Disguised Rosalind asks Orlando to woo her by name
As You Like It IV.i Rosalind’s fake marriage/love play with Orlando
Coriolanus V.iii Volumnia convinces Coriolanus to make peace
Cymbeline I.vi Iachimo attempts to seduce Imogen
Cymbeline II.iii Imogen rejects Cloten’s advances
Cymbeline III.iv Pisanio reveals Posthumus’ death order to Imogen
Hamlet III.i Hamlet & Ophelia nunnery scene
Hamlet III.iv Hamlet in Gertrude’s bedchamber (cut Polonius)
Henry IV, Pt. 1 I.ii Gloucester warns his wife of her treasonous goals
Henry IV, Pt. 1 II.iii Lady Percy questions Hotspur where he is going
Henry VI, Pt. 1 II.iii Countess of Auvergne attempts to trap Talbot
Henry VI, Pt. 1 V.iii Suffolk takes Margaret prisoner for king with a kiss
Henry VI, Pt. 2 III.ii Margaret and Suffolk say their goodbyes
Henry VI, Pt. 3 III.ii King Edward IV woos Lady Grey
Henry VI, Pt. 3 IV.iv Elizabeth tells Rivers of Edward’s capture, pregnancy
Henry VIII IV.ii Katherine, sick and dying, speaks of Wolsey’s death
Julius Caesar II.i Portia begs Brutus to confide in her
Julius Caesar II.ii Calphurnia begs Caesar not to go to the Forum
King John I.i Lady Faulconbridge reveals Philip’s true father
King John IV.i Young Arthur (girl?) begs Hubert not to harm him
King Lear IV.vii Lear and Cordelia are reunited
Macbeth I.vii-II.ii Macbeth/Lady Macbeth murder Duncan, plant daggers
Measure for Measure I.iv Lucio convinces Isabella to plead for her brother
Measure for Measure II.ii Isabella pleads to Angelo for Claudio’s life
Measure for Measure II.iv Angela blackmails Isabella to yield up her body
Measure for Measure III.i Isabella visits Claudio in prison
Measure for Measure III.i Duke presents his plan to Isabella
Merchant of Venice III.ii Bassanio chooses a casket, rejoices with Portia
Merchant of Venice IV.i Portia, in disguises, demands Bassanio’s ring
Merchant of Venice IV.i Portia interrogates Shylock in court
Midsummer Night’s Dream I.i Hermia and Lysander plan their elopement
Midsummer Night’s Dream I.i Puck introduces himself to a fairy
Midsummer Night’s Dream II.i Helena follows Demetrius as his “spaniel”
Midsummer Night’s Dream II.ii Lysander, under a spell, confesses love to Helena
Midsummer Night’s Dream III.i-IV.i Titania woos Bottom as an ass
Midsummer Night’s Dream III.ii Hermia searches for Lysander, rejects Demetrius
Much Ado About Nothing IV.i Benedick and Beatrice confess love after wedding
Much Ado About Nothing V.ii Benedick and Beatrice sonnet scene
Othello V.ii Othello kills Desdemona
Pericles IV.i Dionyze convinces Leonine to murder Marina
Pericles IV.iii Cleon berates Dionyza for Marina’s murder
Pericles IV.vi Marina convinces Lysimachus to spare her virtue
Pericles V.i Pericles is reunited with Marina
Richard II V.i The deposed Richard parts from his Queen in prison
Richard III I.ii Richard woos Lady Anne
Richard III I.iii Cut together Elizabeth and Richard’s argument
Richard III IV.iv Richard begs Elizabeth as proxy to woo her daughter
Romeo & Juliet II.ii Balcony scene between Romeo & Juliet
Romeo & Juliet II.iv Nurse makes wedding plans with Romeo
Romeo & Juliet III.v Romeo & Juliet part after their wedding night
Romeo & Juliet IV.i Juliet threatens to kill herself, Friar proposes potion
Taming of the Shrew II.i Petruchio woos Katherina
Taming of the Shrew IV.iii Petruchio tortures Katherina (cut w/ IV.v & Vi)
Tempest I.i Prospero tells Miranda of their past
Tempest III.i Ferdinand woos Miranda
Troilus & Cressida I.ii Cressida teases Pandarus as he recommends Troilus
Troilus & Cressida III.ii Troilus and Cressida meet and confess love
Troilus & Cressida IV.iv Cressida parts from Troilus for the Greek camp
Troilus & Cressida V.ii Diomedes urges Cressida’s love
Twelfth Night II.iv Orsino and Viola discuss the love of men and women
Two Gentlemen of Verona IV.ii Silvia berates Proteus for betrayal of his friend
Winter’s Tale II.i Leontes accuses the pregnant Hermione of infidelity
Winter’s Tale III.ii Paulina accuses Leontes of Hermione’s death

 

Shakespeare Scenes – TWO MEN, ONE WOMAN

Antony & Cleopatra V.ii Dolabella and Octavius take Cleo into custody
Comedy of Errors II.ii Adriana begs Antipholus S. and Dromio S. to dinner
Coriolanus III.ii Menenius/Volumnia school Coriolanus in politics
Coriolanus IV.ii Volumnia berates senators for Coriolanus’ banishment
Cymbeline III.i Cymbeline/Queen deny Caius tribute (cut Cloten)
Hamlet I.iii Laertes bids Polonius and Ophelia goodbye
Hamlet III.iv Hamlet in Gertrude’s bedchamber w/ Polonius
Hamlet IV.v/vii Laertes demands justice from Claudius/Gertrude
Henry IV, Pt. 1 III.iii Mistress Quickly demands Falstaff/Bardolph pay bill
Henry IV, Pt. 1 III.iii Hal arbitrates Falstaff’s anger at Quickly on robbery
Henry IV, Pt. 2 II.i Chief Justice hears Quickly and Falstaff’s argument
Henry VI, Pt. 1 V.iv Richard and Warwick condemn Joan to death
Henry VI, Pt. 3 III.iii Margaret and Warwick both sue to King Lewis XI
Henry VIII III.i Queen Katharine mourns her lot to the Cardinals
Julius Caesar II.ii Calphurnia/Decius persuade Caesar to stay/leave
King Lear IV.vii Cordelia revives Lear in Doctor’s presence
Macbeth IV.ii Lady Macduff/son/Ross discuss Macduff’s treason
Measure for Measure II.iii Provost leads Duke to take Julietta’s confession
Measure for Measure V.i Duke unveils Mariana to Angelo (cut)
Merchant of Venice V.i Ring argument, cut all but Portia/Bassanio/Gratiano
Merry Wives of Windsor I.iv Quickly hides Simple in closet, French doctor finds
Much Ado About Nothing I.i Messenger announces Benedick, he enters, war of wits
Pericles II.v Simonides, teasing, consents to Thaisa/Pericles’ match
Pericles V.i Pericles is reunited with Marina (calls Helicanus)
Richard II II.ii Queen reacts to Bush & Green’s news of revolt
Richard II V.i Northumberland parts King Richard from his Queen
Richard II V.ii Duke & Duchess of York argue over son’s treachery
Richard III I.iii Richard confronts Elizabeth & Rivers
Romeo & Juliet III.iii Romeo, Nurse, Friar react to Romeo’s banishment
Romeo & Juliet IV.i Paris/Friar greet Juliet and speak of marriage
Taming of the Shrew III.i Disguised Hortensio and Lucentio woo Bianca
Tempest I.ii Miranda intercedes on Ferdinand’s behalf to Prospero
Titus Andronicus III.i-iv Lavinia reveals her attackers to Titus/Marcus (cut)
Titus Andronicus IV.ii Aaron defends son to Demetrius, kills Nurse
Troilus & Cressida III.ii Troilus/Cressida meet with Pandarus, confess love
Troilus & Cressida IV.ii Pandarus tells Troilus/Cressida of prisoner trade (cut)
Troilus & Cressida IV.iv Diomedes takes Cressida from Troilus
Twelfth Night III.iv Sir Toby urges fight between Sir Andrew and Viola
Two Gentlemen of Verona II.i Speed tells Valentine that Silvia’s letters are for him
Two Gentlemen of Verona II.iv Proteus arrives to meet Valentine and Silvia
Winter’s Tale II.iii Paulina brings the baby to Leontes and Antigonus
Winter’s Tale IV.iv Camillo advises Florizel and Perdita to flee to Sicilia
Winter’s Tale V.i Cleomenes/Paulina debate Leontes’ remarriage

 

Shakespeare Scenes – TWO WOMEN, ONE MAN

Antony & Cleopatra III.iii Cleopatra asks messenger/Charmian of Octavia
Antony & Cleopatra IV.xv Antony dies among Cleopatra/Charmian
As You Like It I.iii Ferdinand banishes Rosalind and Celia
As You Like It III.ii Rosalind/Celia/Touchstone discuss Orlando’s poetry
As You Like It IV.iii Oliver brings bloody kerchief to Rosalind/Celia
Cymbeline I.i Cymbeline berates Imogen, Queen enters
Cymbeline II.ii Imogen rejects Cloten’s advances (Lady present)
Henry V V.ii Henry woos Katharine with Alice as interpreter
Henry VIII II.iii Anne insists to Lady/Messenger she’d not be queen
King Lear II.iv Goneril and Regan insist Lear dismiss his retinue
King Lear IV.ii Albany confronts Goneril, receives Messenger
Macbeth V.i Lady Macbeth’s insanity with Gentlewoman/Doctor
Merchant of Venice III.ii Bassanio/Portia casket scene, add servant
Merry Wives of Windsor III.iii M. Page & Ford place Falstaff in basket (cut w/ II.i?)
Merry Wives of Windsor IV.ii M. Page & Ford dress Falstaff as a woman
Midsummer Night’s Dream I.i Lysander/Hermia plan elopement with Helena
Midsummer Night’s Dream III.ii Lysander woos Helena and rejects Hermia
Othello IV.ii Emilia witnesses Othello rejecting Desdemona
Pericles IV.ii-vi Boult introduces Marina to the Bawd
Richard II III.iv Queen interrogates Gardener, combine Lady/Servant
Romeo & Juliet III.v Capulet & Lady Capulet insist Juliet marry Paris
Titus Andronicus II.iii Lavinia begs Tamora to spare Demetrius’ lust
Titus Andronicus IV.i Lavinia reveals her attackers to Titus & Young Lucius
Troilus & Cressida V.iii Andromache/Cassandra beg Hector not to go to war
Twelfth Night II.iv Add Feste singing to Viola/Orsino love discussion
Twelfth Night III.iv Malvolio in yellow stockings with Olivia and Maria

 

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