Willing Suspension Productions serves as a valuable counter-balance to American academia’s Shakespeare-centric curriculum.
Despite this, he is vexed by how the play draws out the anti-Semitism of English audiences
The BSO’s Shakespeare festival has proven to be the most satisfying extended endeavor yet of Andris Nelsons’ directorship.
Everyone on stage seemed to sense that this was a special occasion and the BSO, accordingly, played with an extra jolt of electricity.
This season’s three-week commemoration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death – the first such thematic series of Andris Nelsons’ BSO directorship – go off to a compelling start.
ASP director Bridgette Kathleen O’Leary chooses a nuanced approach to Othello that hews closely to the text.
Dan Hodge turns two hundred and fifty stanzas of Shakespeare’s rhyme royal into the stuff of a high-class poetry slam.
The Winter’s Tale‘s odd structure and hybrid genre is a challenge to modern directors and audiences alike.
A lazy night of Shakespearean mayhem in New York’s Riverside Park.
Rarely are Boston’s stages graced with a Shakespeare production that reaches this high a level of accomplishment.