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
David Esbjornson's Shakespeare production puts an urban hell in Central Park
Daniel Sullivan works some Bard magic in Central Park
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?
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