Shakespeare

Lear, There, and Everywhere (Part II)
By Michael Feingold · Aug 22, 2014

Further reflections on a tormenting play.

FringeNYC 2014: Breaking the Shakespeare Code; Hoaxocaust!; The Picture (of Dorian Gray)
By Pete Hempstead, Zachary Stewart · Aug 20, 2014

This is TheaterMania's fifth roundup of reviews from the 2014 New York International Fringe Festival.

West End's Shakespeare in Love May Be Aiming for Broadway
By Editorial Staff · Aug 19, 2014

According to rumors, the show would hit New York in the 2015-16 season.

Getting Drunk With Shakespeare
By David Gordon · Aug 8, 2014

Two different productions bring the Bard to life in the most unconventional way possible: inside a bar.

King Lear
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 5, 2014

Daniel Sullivan's production of Shakespeare's classic combines holy ritual with Iron Age fashion.

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.

Twelfth Night
By Iris Fanger · Aug 4, 2014

Commonwealth Shakespeare Company presents free performances of Shakespeare's comedy on the Boston Common.

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.

Shakespeare in Love
By David Gordon · Jul 23, 2014

Playwright Lee Hall brings this Oscar-winning film to the West End stage.