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John Lithgow, Annette Bening, and More in the First Production Photos From Shakespeare in the Park's King Lear
By Bethany Rickwald · Jul 24, 2014

The production also stars Jessica Hecht, Jessica Collins, Jay O. Sanders, and more.

King Lear Star Annette Bening Is More Than a Hollywood Beauty
By Pete Hempstead · Jul 24, 2014

The celebrated actress appearing in The Public Theater's latest Shakespeare in the Park production is no stranger to the stage.

John Lithgow Begins Performances in Shakespeare in the Park's King Lear Tonight
By Bethany Rickwald · Jul 22, 2014

Annette Bening also stars in the Public Theater's second free outdoor production of the season.

Oscar Nominee John Hawkes to Make New York Stage Debut in David Auburn's Lost Lake
By David Gordon · Jun 5, 2014

The Manhattan Theatre Club production will also star Tracie Thoms.

Annette Bening, Jessica Hecht, and More Will Join John Lithgow in Shakespeare in the Park's King Lear
By David Gordon · May 20, 2014

The Public Theater's free production will also star Jessica Collins, Chukwudi Iwuji, and Jay O. Sanders.

4 Questions With Theatrical Kind Mama Alicia Silverstone
By Iris Wiener · May 10, 2014

The actress, writer, and activist talks about her desire to return to the Broadway stage.

The Year of Lear: How a 400-Year-Old Tragedy Became New York's Most Produced Play
By David Gordon · Apr 23, 2014

Shakespeare's greatest drama, King Lear, takes some of the most prestigious stages in New York, with more than five productions scheduled for 2014.

Viola Davis to Lead Original Cast Reunion Reading of Lynn Nottage's Intimate Apparel
By David Gordon · Apr 11, 2014

The evening will benefit Roundabout Theatre Company's New Play Initiative.

Blythe Danner Will Return to Broadway This Fall Via Manhattan Theatre Club
By David Gordon · Mar 12, 2014

Danner will star in Donald Margulies' new play, The Country House.

Tony Winner Julie Taymor Joins Drama Desk Annual Spring Luncheon Panel
By Bethany Rickwald · Mar 7, 2014

Panelists including actors Michael Pennington and Scott Shepherd will discuss the Shakespearean trend of our current theater season.