He may be Snape or Gruber to most of the world, but to me he’ll always be ‘As You Like It’s’ perfectly melancholy fool.
The slate includes productions of new and classic works from the likes of Royal Shakespeare Company, Maly Drama Theatre of St. Petersburg, and Actors Theatre of Louisville.
In a life spanning a century of artistic adventure, trans-Atlantic exchange, and behind-the-scenes machinations, Seawell’s greatest legacy was transforming downtown Denver.
Jeremy Gable’s ‘The 15th Line’ gathered attention as a Twitter play in 2010. Now Erin Mee is bringing it back.
The TCG conference closed with a panel of artistic leaders discussing artistic risk vs. institution-building, and feted two dedicated field veterans, Rhodessa Jones and Jim O’Quinn.
A new history play set in the future holds its own alongside classics, as well as new works by Stoppard and Hare and a pair of ace musical revivals.
The distance from the Royal Shakespeare Company to the Improvised Shakespeare may not be as far as you think.
Tarell Alvin McCraney and Bijan Shebani’s adaptation of the tragedy is fast and festive.
Design is about more than pretty pictures, as reviews of three new books on costuming, scenography and lighting prove.
In an interview, Cicely Berry reveals how working on the sound and rhythm in Shakespeare can lead actors to the language within themselves.