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Sycorax: A Prequel to The Tempest

...Hast thou forgotThe foul witch Sycorax, who with age and envyWas grown into a hoop? Hast thou forgot her?...
 
 
Get Unsexed at the Wicked Wilde Festival

Lisa Wolpe is known for bottling magic at the Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company as its founder and artistic...
 
 
Marriage Counseling from Shakespeare's Sonnets

I’ve been waiting a long time for a show like this: a passionate and considerate script about the sonnets....
 
 
The Dude Abideth: Adventures with Shakespeare and the Coen Brothers

There was a lot of Internet buzz last fall surrounding a singular project on the New York theater scene:...
 
 
I Would Walk 500 Miles For Juliet

Juliet is raw and intense, romantic and funny, tense and tragic, youthful and vigorous, sensual and beautiful. It will...
 
 
Dan Donohue on Playing Hamlet for the First Time

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is celebrating their 75th anniversary season, and it’s the morning after opening night of Hamlet....
 
 
Bard Bits in Austin: Shakespeare's Husbands and Wives

In the diverse fast-food town of Austin, Texas, you can even get tasty Bard bits...
 
 
Lady Macbeth: How She Got That Way

Austin's annual FronteraFest, now in its 17th year, is prime hunting ground for Shakespeare rethinks. The festival,...
 
 
The Porters Present Stoppard's Cerebral Spin-off

When an actor exits the stage during a play, he might head back to his dressing room for a...
 
 
Brian Kulick: The Making of an Elizabethan Epic

To see real artistic enthusiasm without pretentious affectations is refreshingly welcome in the performing arts. Brian Kulick displays passion...
 
 
 
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