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The Shakespeare Theatre's "Romeo and Juliet" is more high school field trip than grown-up fare
The Shakespeare mounts an evening of giggles and frolics that serves as a reminder that a clever wit is always timeless.
Shakespeare Theatre's Kiss Me, Kate is two hours of song, dance and unstoppable fun
The Shakespeare Theatre Company's Salomé is a challenge on several fronts, but it's one you consider accepting
A new adaptation of Alexis Piron’s classic 1738 French farce
A contemplation on Macbeth, David Greig's Dunsinane offers reflection on modern global conflicts
An adaptation built for a new century with laughs that will last
Dance festival showcases rising local dance talent
Like 16th century versions of the biopic, Shakespeare’s Richard II, Henry IV (Parts 1 and 2), and Henry V, contemplate fascinating lives through an auteur’s...
It is hard to see Yael Farber's play Mies Julie without reflecting on J.M. Coetzee's extraordinary novel Disgrace. Both set in post-apartheid South Africa, each...
Offered through the lens of a debauched 1930s Vienna, the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Measure for Measure is thinking well outside the box. Using a cabaret...
Playing in rep with Coriolanus, the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Wallenstein offers another angle on a powerful military man falling fatally from grace. As extraordinary as...
''Elizabethan London and contemporary Washington, D.C., probably have more in common than any two other cities,'' says Ethan McSweeny. It's because of that link that...
Enchantingly atmospheric and often funny, the Shakespeare Theatre Company's A Midsummer Night's Dream is rich with love's intangibles: wistfulness, a touch of cynicism, and its...