Shakespeare's Globe has announced the complete lineup of companies and productions that will comprise the theater's Globe to Globe festival, to run April 23 - June 9 The event will feature 37 international companies presenting all 37 of Shakespeare's plays in 37 different languages.

The lineup will feature Venus & Adonis (Isango Ensemble from Cape Town, South Africa), Troilus and Cressida (Ngakau Toa from New Zealand), Measure for Measure (Vakhtangov Theatre from Moscow), The Merry Wives of Windsor (Bitter Pill Productions from Kenya), Pericles (National Theater of Greece), Twelfth Night (The Company Theater from India), Richard III (National Theatre of China), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Yohangza Theatre Company from South Korea), Julius Caesar (I Termini Company from Italy), Cymbeline (The South Sudan Theatre Company), Titus Andronicus (Tang Shu-wing Theatre Studio from Hong Kong), and Richard II (Ashtar Theatre from Palestine).

Also included are Othello (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), The Tempest (Dhaka Theatre from Bangladesh), Macbeth (Teatr im. Kochanowskiego from Poland), The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Two Gents Productions from Zimbabwe), Henry VI, Part 1 (National Theatre Belgrade), Henry VI, Part 2 (National Theatre of Albania), Henry VI, Part 3 (National Theatre of Bitola from Macedonia), Henry IV, Part 1 (Compañia Nacional de Teatro from Mexico), Henry IV, Part 2 (Elkafka Espacio Teatral from Argentina), King John (Gabriel Sundukyan National Academic Theatre from Armenia), King Lear (Belarus Free Theatre), As You Like It (Marjanishvili State Drama Theatre from Georgia), Romeo and Juliet (Grupo Galpão from Belo Horizonte), Coriolanus (Chiten from Japan), Love's Labour's Lost (Deafinitely Theatre from England), All's Well That Ends Well (Arpana from India), The Winter's Tale (Renegade Theatre from Nigeria), The Taming of the Shrew (Theatre Wallay from Pakistan), Antony and Cleopatra (Oyun Atölyesi from Turkey), The Merchant of Venice (Habima National Theatre from Israel), Henry VIII (Rakatá from Spain), The Comedy of Errors (Roy-e-Sabs from Afghanistan), Timon of Athens (Bremer Shakespeare Company from Germany), Much Ado About Nothing (Compagnie Hypermobile from France), and Hamlet (Meno Fortas from Lithuanaia).

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