If you love the Bard, hurry to the Pearl
A Lincoln Center Festival show is no Roman holiday
Noted British tragedy gets an unnotable production at the Lincoln Center Festival
First new trees, then off to Detroit for the wide-ranging playwright. Plus, summer theater picks.
I don't mean the current smash production with Al Pacino and Lily Rabe. I mean the play itself--you know, the one by old whatshisname. In her new memoir, And Furthermore, Judes remembers agreeing to play Portia in a 1970 Royal Shakespeare Company production of Merchant despite her utter dis ... More >>
We like technology. (I mean, come on, we're bloggers, of course we like technology.) But sometimes technology makes us a little bit sad. Sad the way Shakespeare would write sad instead of the way people would Tweet sad. With tears instead of emoticons. In more than 140 characters. Fine, call ... More >>
America and England join hands for Sam Mendes
A January 12, 1967 review from the Voice's vaults
The Voice chats with the U.K.'s leading critic
Never So Good, Rapunzel, Roy Williamss Baby Girl
Ian McKellen plays Shakespeare and Chekhov, but nobody wins
Vanessa Redgrave brings to BAM a character who's forced to take justice into her own hands
Politics and religion make familiar bedfellows in a timely French play at the Public
Will more professors develop video games for their classes?
More timely than ever, Athenian classics storm New York stages
Size doesn't matter in a new production of Richard III at the Public Theater
Ambitious Imua searches for new ways to fight old battles
Bartlett Sher Helms Molière for TFANA
London's Winter of Theatrical Discontent
Is It Reinventing, or Just Recycling?
Stoppard in the Name of Love, Revolution, and More
Globe-Trotting Declan Donnellan Directs Tony Kushner's 'Homebody/Kabul'
Englands Josette Simon Makes Her New York Stage Debut