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Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours: You Got Soul

The concept of self is a complex one to tackle, so join the Sweet Tea Shakespeare crew as they chat about how the ideas of soul and identity interact with art.

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Songs in the Garden: Poems from the Land of Becoming by R. A. Nelson can be purchased here.

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Doctor Faustus pt. 2

Listen in to Sweet Tea Shakespeare’s audio drama production of Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus, brought to you in two parts – you’re currently listening to PART TWO.

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Set in Germany at the end of the 16th century, this radio play explores the life of a brilliant and ambitious scholar named Faustus as he embarks on a dangerous quest for knowledge. After selling his soul to the Devil in exchange twenty-four years of magical abilities, Faustus and his demon companion Mephistopheles will take a journey that will drag Faustus to the gates of Hell itself.

By; Christopher Marlowe

Adapted by: Claire F. Martin

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Doctor Faustus pt. 1

Listen in to Sweet Tea Shakespeare’s audio drama production of Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus, brought to you in two parts – you’re currently listening to PART ONE.

Set in Germany at the end of the 16th century, this radio play explores the life of a brilliant and ambitious scholar named Faustus as he embarks on a dangerous quest for knowledge. After selling his soul to the Devil in exchange twenty-four years of magical abilities, Faustus and his demon companion Mephistopheles will take a journey that will drag Faustus to the gates of Hell itself.

By; Christopher Marlowe

Adapted by: Claire F. Martin

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Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours: Here Comes the Sun

Join Sweet Tea Shakespeare’s Assistant Artistic Director Claire F. Martin and the cast and crew of multiple Sweet Tea Zoom and audio productions for a reflection on what art looks like when the world is shut down, what hope for the future feels like, and some of the questions that we’ve all asked along the way.

The Hours are only possible because of regular support from our monthly sustainers and patrons. Please consider making a monthly pledge on Patreon. With options beginning at just $5, and plenty of great perks, you’ll find a great way to join the STS family.

You can always contact the Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours at [email protected]

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This project is supported by the Arts Council in part by contributions from businesses and individuals, and through grants from the City of Fayetteville, Cumberland County and the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources.

This show is produced and edited by Kailey Potter.

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Sweet Tea Shakespeare Lunch Hours Intensive: Digital Restoration Series, Part II

Part II

Assistant Artistic Director Claire F. Martin is joined by Jillian Robinson (Production Stage Manager), Emily Garrison (actor), and Patrick Teed (actor/scholar) to chat about recent and upcoming projects in the Digital Restoration Series (DRS).

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Sweet Tea Shakespeare Cocktail Hours: The Perfect Recipe

Sweet Tea Artistic Director Jeremy Fiebig, Assistant Artistic Director, Claire F. Martin, and Company Member Jessie Wise chat about the ingredients that make a great play. What’s the recipe for a smash-hit?

Welcome to The Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours, where we spend time well by spending it together. So, think of the Hours as a way to pass the time around a common table of ideas. We’re a community seeking to delight in story, song, and stagecraft even as we confront a world of change and challenge.

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The show is produced by Claire Martin and Jeremy Fiebig and edited by Ashanti Bennett, Director of Engagement.

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