What should you watch for in a production of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It?” We asked some friends what they look for in this classic play.
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“The whole construction of the story is supported by a single theme: the value of a man’s word,” Octavio Solis writes about “Edward III,” which he translated for the Play on! project.
Every month, we take a look at Shakespeare in performance at theaters across the USA. See what’s onstage in the month of March.
Find out what’s onstage at Shakespeare theaters across the United States in September.
Each month, we bring you a snapshot of Shakespeare in performance across America. Grab your picnic basket and follow us: June is the start of summer Shakespeare season, and we know just where to go.
Playwright Caridad Svich writes how ‘Henry VIII’ oscillates between characters’ desire for power, on the one hand, and forgiveness, on the other.
Each month, we bring you a snapshot of Shakespeare in performance across America. What’s onstage this May? Find out.
Every month, we share a snapshot of Shakespeare in performance around America. What plays are onstage this month? We check in with our theater partners.
We asked our followers on social media to share their favorite stagings of the “statue scene” from “The Winter’s Tale” with the hashtag #ImaginingShakespeare.
Lue Morgan Douthit shares the backstory of Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Play on! project and how the idea of translating Shakespeare’s plays first took shape.