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A Bold, Inclusive Midsummer

The Rochester Community Players

Mix actors with experienced American Sign Language actors and you don’t just get a traditional production with finger spelling...
An Appetizing Othello

The Old Globe

Director Barry Edelstein from New York’s Shakespeare in the Park makes his debut at the Old Globe choosing Othello...
A Funny and Fabulous Two Gentlemen of Verona

Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival

For the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona, director Matt Pfeiffer notes, "We're trying to...
A Stylish Henry That Needs Polish

Shakespeare in Delaware Park

Shakespeare in Delaware Park’s Henry V brings war to the Buffalo, NY, stage, stylistically speaking. Director Saul Elkin makes...
Antony and Cleopatra in the Park

Harrisburg Shakespeare Company

For their twenty-first season, the Harrisburg Shakespeare Company once again undertakes an ambitious production for their annual Free Shakespeare...
Breaking Beautiful

Theatre for a New Audience

Arin Arbus directs Theater for a New Audience’s production of King Lear with a clear focus on the play,...
Show Us Your Love

The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre

In popular consciousness, the position that Romeo and Juliet occupies is one of extremes. It's arguably Shakespeare's most famous...
Ambition Should Be Made of Sterner Stuff

Lantern Theater Company

In his notes about his production of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar for the Lantern Theater, director Charles McMahon...
Never Bring a Robot to a Fish Fight

Curio Theatre Company

For those interested in exploring gender dynamics – like the Curio Theatre, as per the mission statement of their...
A Fair Show, a Less Fair "Twelfth Night"

Hart House Theatre

Twelfth Night is a play of travels: less so perhaps than Pericles, but the scansion between its scenes is...
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