LONDON: Nearly every theater is a haunted house. Theaters are spooky places—locales for apparitions and delusions. Plunged into darkness, audiences find themselves subjected to strange sights and odd sounds. Spectators see people who aren't really there, perceive actions that aren't really happening. One of the theater's goals, according to its earliest theorists,... More >>>
Mad forest: Mark Rylance (with hatchet), Mackenzie Crook (left), and the cast of "Jerusalem"