In his years at Yale Rep and ART, this extraordinarily versatile actor/director set the bar for generations of stage artists.
Geidt was a founding member of both the Yale Repertory Theatre and American Repertory Theater.
Who was Shakespeare, anyhow? Do even the experts really know? And why should anybody care?
Four tomes from the Shakespearean assembly line plumb the mind behind the man.
An artistic director recalls how an iconoclastic theatre took root in recalcitrant soil.
Actors are subject to both the pleasures of imitation and the rigors of an exalted calling—an excerpt from “Letters to a Young Actor.”
The debate continues in the wake of the address and its aftermath.
The theatre is not a courtroom, a distinguished critic argues, and should have nobler ambitions than dispensing guilt and blame.
On the evidence of their current showing on Broadway, the R.S.C. has fallen from its ensemble ideals into mere spectacle and showmanship.