Michael Boyd, the Artistic Director Designate for the RSC and in Ann Arbor as part of the Royal Shakespeare Company Residency, was interviewed recently by the Michigan Daily.
Michael Boyd has directed numerous productions for the company. In 2000/01 he won an Olivier Award as Best Director of the Year for the productions Henry VI: Parts I, II, and III, and Richard III. The productions formed part of the RSC's This England: The Histories Cycle, and were co-produced with the support of the University of Michigan and the University Musical Society.
Professor Williams joined Michigan Radio's Donovan Reynolds on March 9, 2001, for a one-hour feature on the Royal Shakespeare Company residency. You can listen to this special presentation, titled "Henry VI: What You Need to Know," by clicking the link:
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The Royal Shakespeare Company's previous residency and an essay by Professor Ralph Williams on Shakespeare.
The Every Three Weekly announced in April, 2001 Ralph Williams Named UM Basketball Coach
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