It'd be nice to see a Lear that's true to its time
Coming up on its third birthday, Jason Hicks' and Yves Jadot's Jones Wood Foundry has become a mainstay of the Upper East Side -- it packs in a solid crowd of regulars and destination diners for its roster of upscale British gastropub fare. So it's unsurprising that the team wanted to expand, though ... More >>
The Pearl plays Shakespeare’s history.
Mo Rocca talks peckers, Büchner heads for the hills: Our festival review roundup
The Public Theater mounts Shakespeare at his goriest
CLICK HERE to read my new column about the latest Broadway-related twist on Urinetown. You'll wet yourself! Also in the column:
The Bard and Big Bird collide
Davis McCallum directs Henry V
TR Warszawa's Shakespeare made vivid—and almost invisible
Boys will be girls in an assortment of current Shakespeare comedies
1971 and 2005: Separated at birth? Or was that Bill Shakespeare and John Guare?
The Bard goes techno, and Aquila's audience trots along
Propeller's male cast dreams of old-fashioned innovation
What's the Trick of Staging Shakespeare? Directors Spill Their Trade Secrets.
Tomes, Sweet Tomes
Shakespeare knew how to write plays; if we believed that, we might know how to do them
When you lock two Jacobean scribblers in a room with one scenario, don't expect Hamlet
First director's Shakespeare, now un-director's Shakespeare. When do we get Shakespeare?
A BLT Boy in a Tuna Niçoise World, Richard Maxwell Takes On Henry IV, Part I
He Stoops to Conquer
TFNA and CSC Take on Shakespeare's Human Invention
Moors, Faeries, ShipwrecksMust Be Summer Shakespeare
In Search of the Perfect Hamlet (Or Just a Good One)
A Literary Detective Shakes Spears at Hidden Authors