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A Midsummer Night's Dream William Shakespeare Puck tells fairies' king Oberon that Titania has fallen in love with Bottom
A Midsummer Night's Dream William Shakespeare Egeus complains about his daughter's choice for a husband
A Midsummer Night's Dream William Shakespeare Titania expresses how her argument with Oberon has altered the natural course of things
A Midsummer Night's Dream William Shakespeare A very well known scene from 'Midsummer-Night's Dream'. It's a great one to use for theatre auditions and drama school auditions. Best of all, it's fun to perform.
All's Well That Ends Well William Shakespeare Parolles talks to Helena about virginity
All's Well That Ends Well William Shakespeare The King of France praises Bertram's father
Antony and Cleopatra William Shakespeare Enobarbus tells Agrippa how Antony met Cleopatra
Antony and Cleopatra William Shakespeare Antony vows revenge against Cleopatra
Antony and Cleopatra William Shakespeare Cleopatra mistreats a messenger who brings news of Antony's marriage to Octavia X
Coriolanus William Shakespeare Caius Martius curses the mob
Coriolanus William Shakespeare Volumnia praises her son
Coriolanus William Shakespeare Menenius acknowledges his shortcomings
Coriolanus William Shakespeare Brutus is concerned by Coriolanus' success
Coriolanus William Shakespeare Volumnia scolds Coriolanus for his attitude
Coriolanus William Shakespeare Caius Martius identifies himself
Cymbeline William Shakespeare Iachimo steals Imogen's bracelet
Cymbeline William Shakespeare Posthumus curses women
Cymbeline William Shakespeare Iachimo bets Posthumus that he will be able to seduce his wife Imogen
Cymbeline William Shakespeare Cloten declares his love to Imogen, only to be teased
Hamlet William Shakespeare Horatio predicts misfortune for Denmark
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