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Adaptation of Taming of the Shrew is boldly modern
The Shakespeare Theatre's "Romeo and Juliet" is more high school field trip than grown-up fare
Boasting an all-male cast, Shakespeare Theatre's "Taming of the Shrew" is an intriguing experiment that doesn't work
Salome, Avenue Q and Yerma are the evening's biggest winning shows
America's Shakespeare at the Folger documents the Bard's New World connection
The true phenomenon in Aaron Posner's gloriously irreverent "Midsummer Night's Dream" is Holly Twyford's Bottom
Holly Twyford has helped shape D.C.'s theater scene by taking on gender-bending roles, including Bottom in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
For 25 years, the Free For All has been serving up Shakespeare to the city's delighted, theater-loving masses
Unexpected Stage's elderly Romeo and Juliet is a bit retiring
Another in Synetic Theater’s Silent Shakespeare series, the dance-musical interpretation of Much Ado About Nothing is a clever, outside-the-box extravaganza. A pastiche of 1950s musical...
“It has all the elements of a great night at Shakespeare mashed into one,” Alan Paul says of The Winter’s Tale, whose hard-to-characterize plot incorporates...
This is not hyperbole: Much Ado About Nothing reflects Joss Whedon's skill as a director as much as it celebrates Shakespeare's timeless words. (Blasphemy, you...
Adapting an adaptation, The American Century Theater puts an intelligent and provocative spin on Orson Welles's Voodoo Macbeth, itself a radical interpretation of Shakespeare's Scottish...
// Read our interview with Michael Kahn, Artistic Director of the Shakespeare Theatre
Two Gentleman from Verona at Shakespeare Theatre Matters of the heart take a rather bloody turn in director P.J. Paparelli's vision of Shakespeare's comedy The...