Hamlet

In Times of Global Turmoil, "The Play's the Thing"
By Hayley Levitt · Aug 5, 2014

The Globe Theatre brings Hamlet to the United Nations in the middle of its 205-country world tour to welcome the UK as the newest President of the Security Council.

Gertrude — The Cry
By Pete Hempstead · Jul 16, 2014

Potomac Theatre Project examines the ecstasy of agony in Howard Barker's Hamlet spin-off.

Hamlet Meets Bluegrass in Short Life of Trouble at the Access Theater
By Editorial Staff · Jun 11, 2014

Valerie Redd offers her Southern take Shakespearean drama.

Sherlock's Benedict Cumberbatch to Star as Hamlet in London
By Bethany Rickwald · Mar 26, 2014

The Lyndsey Turner-helmed production will run at the Barbican Theatre.

Hartford Stage Announces 2014-15 Season Lineup
By Hayley Levitt · Mar 20, 2014

Artistic Director Darko Tresnjak will take the helm of three classic works for the Connecticut theater's upcoming season.

Patti LuPone Celebrates Her Son's Opening Night With The Acting Company
By Hayley Levitt · Jan 16, 2014

Joshua Johnston, LuPone's son, is now a second-generation member of the legendary troupe.

Hamlet and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
By Zachary Stewart · Jan 15, 2014

The Acting Company offers a smart pairing of two classics: one Elizabethan, one modern, both Danish.

Bedlam's Andrus Nichols and Eric Tucker Are Bringing Lots of Drama to Downtown Audiences — and Inviting Them Into It
By Pete Hempstead · Dec 19, 2013

One of New York's brightest new companies reveals the method behind the madness.

The Common Sense of Shakespeare
By Michael Feingold · Dec 13, 2013

The Author of Hamlet Explains It All for You

John Rando to Direct New York Revival of Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
By David Gordon · Dec 3, 2013

The production, set to run in rep with Shakespeare's Hamlet, is a presentation of The Acting Company.