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Shakespeare -- who has the time? Unless you paid good money to study the Bard in college (excellent use of resources!), it's a pretty good bet that characters like Hamlet, Romeo, King Lear, and others are mashed together in your mind into some great, mixed-up production that only you can understand. Same with Roger Rees! The longtime member of the Royal Shakespeare Company slices up the greatest soliloquies (and greatest productions disasters) into a breathtaking one-man show. This is about as close to a YouTube mash-up of the playwright's output as you'll ever get.
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