Free Download Available July 19-25, 2012–William Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra

AudioGO is proud to be a sponsor for this summer’s SYNC program.  SYNC is the audiobook publishers’ and AudioFile Magazine’s commitment to introducing the listening experience to the young adult audience.

Antony and Cleopatra
By William Shakespeare
Read by a Full Cast
Published by AudioGO

The twin empires of Egypt and Rome mingle and clash in this towering tragedy. Impulsiveness, passion, mistaken identity, and dark humor all color the fascinating dalliance between Antony and Cleopatra, the larger-than-life pair at the center Shakespeare’s play.

“The challenge of taking a play created for the stage and translating it to the audio format may seem daunting, but this production does just that—exceptionally well.” –Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award

–AudioFile Magazine

 

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