The Soviet drama is often touted as the best cinematic adaptation of Shakespeare's play
"King Lear" may be small in budget, but it's big in vision and has a grimly authentic lead in Rick Foucheux
Foucheux will retire after starring as Shakespeare’s most troubled patriarch
// Read our interview with Michael Kahn, Artistic Director of the Shakespeare Theatre
For those of us who avoid the antics of clowns at all costs, 95 minutes in their company might sound like torture. In fact, we'd...
There will be those who will embrace the Shakespeare Theatre Company's current production of King Lear as bold, political, and über-entertaining. They will marvel at...