Isn’t “Love’s Labour’s Lost” about Berowne and Rosaline, those intelligent, articulate lovers who carry on a fierce flirtation via a battle of wit and words? Not in the version that Alex Timbers…
This well-matched pair is up for anything that helmer Sullivan throws at them in this fun show, which has no discernible theme, but a lot of nerve.
The Public Theater's annual gala in Central Park was rained out June 10, but a lot of theater people, still recovering from the June 9 Tonycast and its annual round of parties, didn't much mind…
The Plaza Hotel turned into a hive of Tony Awards congregants June 9 following the Radio City Music Hall ceremony. As the black-tie crowd crowded the bars and food stations, everyone agreed it was a…
A new production of "The Comedy of Errors" starring Jesse Tyler Ferguson and a world preem tuner by the "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" duo make up the 2013 slate at the Public Theater's Shakespeare…
"The Hurt Locker" thesp Christian Camargo is set to make his directorial debut with an untitled, modern retelling of Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull" -- and he's attracted quite the cast, as Katie…
When a play is as notoriously kinky as "Measure for Measure," the magic of Shakespeare in the Park would be much enhanced by an inventive approach to the challenging problems the play presents.
There are good reasons "All's Well That Ends Well" is considered one of Shakespeare's "problem plays."
It's only logical these days for legiters to wonder whether the Public Theater is angling for a permanent Broadway outpost.
Presenting just one production in Central Park this summer, the Public Theater chose a perennial crowdpleaser from Shakespeare, and Brian Kulick's production serves it forth in perennially…
The comedy easily trumps the darkness in Mary Zimmerman's production of Shakespeare's dark comedy "Measure for Measure," the first summer entry from the Public Theater at the Delacorte in Central…
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