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This article reviews performances of the Glimmerglass Opera Company which chose to do a Shakespeare-themed season. Performances included Cole Porter's Taming of the Shrew adaptation, Handel's Julius Caesar, Bellini's Capulets and Montagues, Wagner's Das Liebesverbot (based on Measure for Measure), and Mendelssohn's music for A Midsummer Night's Dream
This article from the Folger Library's Shakespeare & Beyond blog describes the use of Shakespearean images as decorative elements in games throughout history, including more modern times.
Shakespeare's Characters as Inspiration for Visual Artworks
"John Everett Millais: Ophelia -- Masterworks (Tate Gallery, London)," available through HACC's subscription to Films on Demand, offers a close-up view of Millais' best-known work named for Shakespeare's tragic character from Hamlet. The film highlights elements of Shakespeare's text that are represented visually, nearly word-for-word, in the painting.