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Lights, camera, costumes, drama! "Brush Up Your Shakespeare" with the premiere of EVENING AT POPS, Thursday, June 24 at 8pm ET on PBS (check local listings). The action-packed program features theatrical moments and merriment from Shakespeare's plays, along with music they inspired. (Page 2 of 2.)

All photos: Michael Lutch for WGBH.


Brush Up Your Shakespeare (1) | Brush Up Your Shakespeare (2)
Strangers in Paradise | Swingin' at the Pops
Audra McDonald | Nathan Lane      

Evening at Pops photo Iago (Michael Hammond) fans the deadly flames of jealousy in Othello (John Douglas Thompson) with rumors of his wife's infidelity.
Evening at Pops photo Puck (Tony Simotes) welcomes the audience to an evening of love, jealousy, lust and war as "Brush Up Your Shakespeare" begins.
Evening at Pops photo Tony and Maria (Jason Danieley and Mara Bonde, background), mirrored by Romeo and Juliet (Henry Clarke and Lucia Brawley, foreground) kiss after singing "One Hand, One Heart" from Bernstein's West Side Story.
Evening at Pops photo Romeo and Juliet (Henry Clarke and Lucia Brawley, foreground) get acquainted as Tony and Maria (Jason Danieley and Mara Bonde, background) sing "One Hand, One Heart" from Bernstein's West Side Story.
Evening at Pops photo Romeo and Juliet (Henry Clarke and Lucia Brawley, foreground) touch hands as Tony and Maria (Jason Danieley and Mara Bonde, background) sing "One Hand, One Heart" from Bernstein's West Side Story.
Evening at Pops photo Pops Conductor Keith Lockhart and members of Shakespeare & Company salute "our man of the millennium"--William Shakespeare.

Brush Up Your Shakespeare (1) | Brush Up Your Shakespeare (2)
Strangers in Paradise | Swingin' at the Pops
Audra McDonald | Nathan Lane      


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