Twelfth Night

On the Need for a "Best Ensemble" Tony Award
By David Gordon · Apr 28, 2014

Singling out one actor from a production is fine, but what happens when more than one deserves the recognition?

Twelfth Night
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 7, 2014

Shipwrecks, drag, and Balkan brass: Philadelphia's Pig Iron Theatre Company brings their athletic and musical vision of Shakespeare to the Lower East Side.

The Common Sense of Shakespeare (Part II)
By Michael Feingold · Dec 20, 2013

How to Keep Blank Verse from Leaving You Blank

Dude Looks Like a Lady: Samuel Barnett on Donning Drag in Twelfth Night and Richard III
By David Gordon · Dec 18, 2013

The Tony-nominated History Boy returns to the Broadway stage as Viola and Queen Elizabeth.

On the Second Day of Christmas, My True Love Gave to Me: 2— Two Plays in Rep
By Editorial Staff · Dec 15, 2013

Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, and Mark Rylance are among the British actors taking on multiple roles on Broadway this holiday season.

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

The Author of Hamlet Explains It All for You

Broadway Demands More Mark Rylance: Repertory Twelfth Night and Richard III Extend Their Stay
By Hayley Levitt · Dec 4, 2013

Theatergoers will have a little more time to brush up on their Shakespeare.

Mark Rylance, Stephen Fry, and More Bring William Shakespeare Back to Broadway
By David Gordon · Nov 11, 2013

Opening-night photos from the Shakespeare's Globe revivals of Twelfth Night and Richard III.

Twelfth Night and Richard III
By Zachary Stewart · Nov 11, 2013

This audacious presentation of two of Shakespeare's classics in repertory deserves your attention.