Some still consider it the most shocking Oscar best picture result of the past 50 years, and it certainly remains one of the most memorable.
Targeted less to literature students than to followers of "Top Chef" and "Survivor," this docu proves, depressingly enough, that even the Bard can be reduced to a competition.
First-time d.p. gives Shakespeare a modern edge with her lensing of 'Anonymous'
The Bard's star-crossed tragedy gets an upbeat comedic spin from Arc
Disney Theatrical Prods. is partnering with Sonia Friedman Prods. to produce a stageplay version of "Shakespeare in Love," to be written by Tom Stoppard, who co-penned the original screenplay.
John Stalberg Jr. is set to direct Paramount Pictures' "Spanking Shakespeare."
More than a decade after bringing Shakespeare's "Titus Andronicus" to the screen, director Julie Taymor and composer Elliot Goldenthal -- partners in life and work -- have reunited for "The Tempest."
"Shakespeare's Dog" is a tale (tail) worth telling that gives pause (paws) for thought, despite its comic approach and bawdiness. Playwright Rick Chafe gives this canine view of Elizabethan England…
Producing Shakespeare's three-play cycle in repertory is an epic endeavor for any theater company. Trinity Rep's presentation of the history plays that make up "The Henriad" says as much about the…
If "The Merchant of Venice" is one Shakespeare's better known plays lacking a film version, then Michael Radford's tony adaptation to some degree illustrates why. Polished production, prestige cast…
Max Reinhardt's 1935 filming of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," is grist for Ken Ludwig's latest farce, a defiantly corny yet amusing escapade that is given a classy sendoff by Arena Stage. Chaos erupts…
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