"Original" Shakespeare Dialect has a Southern Twang

This summer, the Globe Theatre in London will perform an "original production" of Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida using 16th century dialect as close as possible to what the Bard would have spoken.

The actors in the play used phonetic scripts to rehease, and claim that the accents sound "somewhere between Australian, Cornish, Irish and Scottish, with a dash of Yorkshire", but are easily understandable by the audience, particularly, according to the cast, if you're from North Carolina.