As You Like It

Read by LibriVox Volunteers

(4.4 stars; 79 reviews)

One of Shakespeare’s most popular plays, As You Like It is a pastoral comedy of mistaken identity, wit, and love. Daughter of a banished duke and forced to flee the court, Rosalind hides in the Forest of Arden disguised as a man. When her true love Orlando also shows up in the forest, she courts him without revealing her identity. Meanwhile, Phebe mistakenly falls in love with her disguise, Silvius pines for Phebe, Jacques philosophizes, and Touchstone makes fun of it all, and love and happiness triumph (for the most part) as Rosalind orchestrates a happy ending amid the confusion. (Summary by Rosalind Wills)

Duke Senior – hefyd
Duke Frederick – Chugosh
Amiens – Cecelia Prior
Jaques – Elizabeth Klett
Le Beau – Simon Larois
Charles – Leon Mire
Oliver – Larysa Jaworski
Jacques du Boys and Second Lord – David Lawrence
Orlando – mb
Adam – Brian Edwards
Dennis – Annoying Twit
Touchstone – Mark F. Smith
Sir Oliver Martext – Aaron Elliott
Corin – Sibella Denton
Silvius – David Nicol
William – Ernst Pattynama
Hymen – Lorelle Anderson
Rosalind – Rosalind Wills
Celia – Philippa
Phebe – Charlene V. Smith
Audrey – Mindy H
First Lord – Mirza
First Page – Ruth Golding
Second Page – David O'Connell
Forester – pla303
Stage directions – Laurie Anne Walden

Audio edited by Rosalind Wills (2 hr 23 min)


Dramatis Personae 2:04 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Act I 29:21 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Act II 29:59 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Act III 36:27 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Act IV 19:25 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Act V 26:08 Read by LibriVox Volunteers


Classic Entertainment

(5 stars)

I really enjoyed this classic. Shakespeare shows yet again why he is one of the great masters. The readers did it justice with thier combined performance.

Very nice!

(4.5 stars)

Some of the voices were a little off but most were excellent. Many thanks for the huge amount of work this production represents! I enjoyed it and will pass it along.

Very Well Done

(4 stars)

I was in this play. It is very well done in their portraying of the characters.

(3 stars)

Why is it that a male part is played by a female?

(4 stars)

A woman playing the part of a man HATEFULNESS


(3.5 stars)

This is a really cool play!