A fantastic LIVE twitter retelling of Romeo and Juliet by six characters over five weeks and 4000 tweets!
This website is a fantastic database of food references, organized by food and play. For example, did you know that apples appear in 11 of Shakespeare’s plays? Find out exactly where, and in which line, on this website!
In this adventure platform game, you have to help Romeo find his way through Shakespeare Country to rescue Juliet from the balcony! Collect all the roses and watch out for those critters.
A typography mosaic of Shakespeare using only his works!
An animated typography video of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 130, read by Alan Rickman.
The Beatles perform a Shakespearean skit on a 1964 British television program - a real treat!
The History of English - Featuring Shakespeare. A great, animated, historical tale of the English language done in a comedic style by The Open University.
Dr. Seuss vs. Shakespeare! A hilarious video that creates a rap battle between two great literary figures (but not appropriate for all classes).
A very clever “subway” map of Shakespeare’s works! This fantastic visualization has “subway lines” for different play features, and would be a wonderful image to explore with students after an in depth study on his works.
A visualization of the characters in hamlet, organized by relationship by Helena Wahlman