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Pinsky Captivates the Shakespeare Society

Politics, Prince Hal, and the Makings of a Leader: On November 3, 2008, the Shakespeare Society will host celebrated...
 
 
Shakespeare Strikes It Rich in a Gold Rush Western

The multiple personalities of How Shakespeare Won the West can perhaps be summed up in three words: Shakespeare square...
 
 
Twelve Ophelias Drowns in McCarren Park Pool

Seeking to give Shakespeare’s character a voice in the 21st century that she traditionally lacks, Woodshed Collective’s Twelve Ophelias...
 
 
If Music Be the Funds of Love...

When I first heard about the New Globe, I was both excited and a tad confused. Excited, because the...
 
 
Adapting the Bard to Brooklyn

To advertise his debut novel, My Name is Will, Jess Winfield has created a record for the most plays...
 
 
A  Dignified Romp Through Shakespeare

Shakespeare enthusiasts, and even those of you who just want to find out whatever happened to that dashing yet...
 
 
Shakespeare Journeys Inside San Quentin Prison

Three years ago, I went to the Sundance Film Festival and attended a showing of director Hank Rogerson’s documentary,...
 
 
Jerome Robbins' Modern Day R&J is a Sweet Celebration

Our devotion to West Side Story has only grown stronger over the past fifty years. This modern day—perhaps not...
 
 
Theater History Comes to Life in Shakespeare's Actresses

Shakespeare's Actresses in America, a one-woman show, written and performed by Rebekah Maggor and directed by Karin Coonrod, strives to...
 
 
Too Much Rhetoric, Not Enough Blood in Rosencrantz & Guildenstern

Counter Productions' staging of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead is an ambitious choice for a fledgling theater...
 
 
 
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