The Head That Wears a Crown: Speeches for Royal Men by William Shakespeare
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- Publication Date:April 11, 2013
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- O for a Muse of fire
- Now is the winter of our discontent
- You common cry of curs!
- I have been studying how I may compare
- Look here, upon this picture (Hamlet)
- Mad world! mad kings! mad composition!
- If it were done when tis done (Macbeth)
- Go call the Earls of Surrey and of Warwick;
- Once more unto the breach, dear friends
- To be, or not to be: that is the question;
- What must the king do now?
- Methinks I am a prophet new inspired
- Why, lords, what wrongs are these!
- O that this too too sullied flesh would melt,
- Now, my co-mates and brothers in exile,
- Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow,
- What's he that wishes so?
- Hear, Nature, hear!
- How all occasions do inform against me,
- Let me speak, sir,
- If music be the food of love,
- Now my charms are all o'erthrown
Internationally acclaimed actor and Tony Award winner, Alan Cumming performs Shakespeare's most important and beloved royal speeches, including 'To be or not to be,' 'Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow,' 'Now is the winder of our discontent,' 'O that this too sullied flesh would melt' and more. All the speeches were personally chosen by Cumming. Michael Boyd adds, 'Cumming brings to Shakespeare the lyricism of a genuine singer, the sharp edge of a wicked comic, and the embodied intelligence of a major actor.'
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