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All the world's a stage with Folger Shakespeare Library's streaming options
Delivered with '70s style and flair, the Folger's "Merry Wives of Windsor" is one of the best you'll ever see
Mozart was "a pretty interesting, different kind of guy," says the star of Folger's 'Amadeus.'
Folger's "Amadeus" offers an entertaining flight of historical fancy in the fictitious battle of Salieri v. Mozart.
Gero currently stars in Folger's '1 Henry IV'
Lewis plays the clownish everyman Costard in Folger's "lovely, romantic, silly production"
Folger's Love's Labor's Lost is a wonderful -- if uneven -- reimagining of Shakespeare's battle of the sexes
Alison Luff delivers a star turn in Folger Theatre's "Nell Gwynn," but the gender politics feel stuck in the 1600s
Live theater, plays and musicals in D.C., Maryland and Virginia
Woolly puts forth a vicious comedy of office politics, while Folger offers stunningly unique version of "Macbeth"
The Folger Theatre unearths a rarely-performed 17th Century adaptation of one of Shakespeare's fundamental tragedies
Bedlam's Saint Joan is lovingly produced but demands the patience of a saint
Shakespeare's story is delivered with a metaphorical twinkle in the eye
Theresa Rebeck's "The Way of the World" has a few moments of brilliance, but not enough to redeem it
Shirine Babb rules all in "Antony and Cleopatra"