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Magic in Clark Park

Shakespeare in Clark Park

4
Shakespeare in Clark Park, known for its free outdoor productions designed to create an “accessible, affordable cultural event” for...
 
 
Magical Muppetry

Shakey-Shake and Friends

5
Most people’s introductions to Shakespeare are not auspicious: Romeo and Juliet or A Midsummer Night’s Dream are rammed down...
 
 
The Stuff of Someone Else's Dreams

Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival

5
“We are such stuff /as dreams are made on, and our little life / is rounded with a sleep”:...
 
 
Marooned Amid Manmade Detritus, Philip Lehl's Prospero Works His Magic

In the Classical Theatre Company’s staging of The Tempest, director John Johnston privileges intimacy over the pomp and pageantry...
 
 
A Stunning Tempest

The Old Globe

5
It is difficult to condense an experience of an excellent production by the illustrious Adrian Noble, Artistic Director of...
 
 
A Very Tempting Mirren

4
Director Julie Taymor gender bends The Tempest in casting Helen Mirren as the all-powerful magician banished to a deserted...
 
 
Atmospheric Tempest

The Rose

3
The Rose Theatre is tucked away on a side street paralleling the south bank of the Thames, the entry...
 
 
Prospero as Philosopher King

Austin Shakespeare

4
Prospero's enchanted isle is suggested by the wide circle marked out on the floor of the Rollins Theatre at...
 
 
Unicorn's Tempest Not Just Kids' Play

Unicorn Theatre

4
For most of us, an introduction to Shakespeare doesn’t occur until...
 
 

Classic Stage Company

5
The Tempest looks impossibly hard to produce: a shipwreck on stage, an air spirit and half-demon that aren’t human,...
 
 
 
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