AUDIO: David Tennant & Greg Doran Talk To NPR About Shakespeare



David Tennant and Greg Doran have spoken to US radio station NPR about the Shakespeare 400 celebrations.

During the interview, which was broadcast today, David talks about how he believes that, more than 400 years ago, Shakespeare saw how history repeated itself. "I think whenever you put his plays on, you see political resonances," he says. "Maybe that says more about the fact that we, as a society, never seem to learn from history, or maybe it just talks about Shakespeare's ability to get to the kernel of human experience and to be expressing those eternal truths about how we live our lives, how we attempt to create power structures"

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