The Bardolatry crew tackles teenagers who may or may not act really stupid in four of Shakespeare’s plays: Much Ado About Nothing, As You Like It, Romeo and Juliet, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. We discuss whether characters are boyfriend material, the importance of communication, and whether Shakespeare is giving important parenting device. Are these characters dumb or are they the unfortunate result of oppressive society.

Tune in next time for our discussion of the so-called “problem plays” with a special guest star!

Bardolatry Episode 4: Teenagers

Intro Music: “Baroque Chorus” (by Daniel “BozoDel” Piovezan)