The Pearl plays Shakespeare’s history.
Willie Geist reviews the TV icon's one-man show
No, he's not just walking up and down the street. He's actually in a show. His own show, called Shatner's World: We Just Live In It.
The Shakespeare exposé no one has been waiting for
William Forsythe, Martha Clarke, Shantala Shivalingappa, and more.
Ty Jones wears the crown for the Classical Theatre of Harlem
Yes, FIAF has already hosted its annual Bastille Day bash, so 60th Street has been cleared of cancan girls, but the fête isn't over yet. Le quatorze juillet is actually Thursday, and in the spirit of the revolution, we will be celebrating all week. Below, a daily guide to keep the party going. Vive ... More >>
Bring your armor for the Battle of Agincourt
When most Americans punch out at 5 o'clock, we plop down in our armchairs, crack open a cold brew, and watch CBS until we forget our Social Security numbers. Work is for the office, home is for NCIS: Los Angeles. Members of the Supreme Court didn't get the memo. The Wall Street Journal ran a ... More >>
With Julie Taymor's The Tempest on the horizon, starring Helen Mirren as a vengeful lady magician, one is tempted to look back at all the classic filmed versions of the bard's plays and magically pick one's faves, forsooth. To see or not to see? Some of the best in my highbrow memory bank h ... More >>
An entrancing drama puts theatrical collaboration in the spotlight
John Ortiz sizzles in LAByrinth's Iraq-war-era Woyzeck
What's the Trick of Staging Shakespeare? Directors Spill Their Trade Secrets.
Two choreographers enter history, bringing it to bear on the present and the personal
Shakespeare knew how to write plays; if we believed that, we might know how to do them
We're Henry IV, We Are, We Are: The Plays, in Brooklyn and Manhattan, Are the Things
Thats Our Bush! The Presidents Re-Election Campaign Kicks Off With a Shameless 9-11 Docudrama
Staging Makes War on Scripts, but What's the Battle About?
Cost-Cutting Tip for Theaters: Delete the Art That's Lost Its Meaning
You're on Vacation, and for Some Reason the Theater Isn't
Director Derek Anson Jones Returns to MCC
Scholars Deconstruct the Impeachment