Tag: William Shakespeare


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

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

Measure for Measure
By Pete Hempstead · Mar 6, 2014 · Off-Broadway

Fiasco Theater goes behind closed doors in William Shakespeare's dark comedy about sex and the state.

Much Ado About Nothing
By Pete Hempstead · Feb 26, 2014 · Off-Broadway

Shakespeare's beloved comedy gets a political makeover.

First Look: Joaquina Kalukango and Jonathan Cake in The Public Theater's Antony and Cleopatra

A first look at Tarell Alvin McCraney's new version of Shakespeare's drama.

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

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 · New York City, Broadway

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

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

The Author of Hamlet Explains It All for You

By Zachary Stewart · Nov 22, 2013 · New York City

Hollywood comes to Broadway in this darkly cinematic, "epic" production of the Scottish play from Jack O'Brien and Lincoln Center Theater.

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