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Harnessing the Power of Imagination

Shakespeare Theatre Company

3
The bottom line is that A Midsummer Night’s Dream should make you laugh. Yes, pun intended. So, if you...
 
 
Thugs, Hookers, and Hip-hop in Toronto's Romeo and Juliet

Hart House Theatre

4
Romeo and Juliet is very likely the most difficult of Shakespeare’s plays to stage, not inherently but because it...
 
 
Romeo at the Rosemary

Rosemary Branch Theatre

3
The great thing about theatre pubs is the sheer imagination that goes into every production. They aren't very big,...
 
 
Pericles: Shakespeare's Awkward Collaboration

The Rose

3
Pericles is a strange play and perhaps Shakespeare's laziest text. Using time and plenty of maritime disasters to advance...
 
 
A Cymbeline That Soars on the Magic of Great Stagecraft

American Shakespeare Center

4
It was the eagle I was keen to see. That and the thunderbolts. Certainly, I had high hopes for...
 
 
The Other History Earns its Due

American Shakespeare Center

4
Sometimes you read a play by William Shakespeare, and sometimes you see that play, and you ask, "Why?" Why...
 
 
A Tale of Two Timons

National Theatre

4
Timon of Athens is indeed a tale for our times. The story of an Athenian noble, who may or...
 
 
Museum-Piece Shakespeare Still Manages to Have Heart

American Shakespeare Center

3
In the spectrum of Shakespeare’s comedies, from funniest (Midsummer Night’s Dream, Comedy of Errors) to darkest (Cymbeline, Merchant of...
 
 
Love's Labour Wins

American Shakespeare Center

5
Of all the witty wordplay and romantic poetry in Love’s Labour’s Lost, the play’s most magical line just might...
 
 
'Doing It' with Venus and Adonis

The Rose

3
Most academics call Shakespeare's Venus and Adonis a ‘narrative poem’. But the production at the Rose Theatre demonstrates that,...
 
 
 
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