"Much Ado About Nothing" is the blueprint for rom-coms, but what makes it fascinatingly unique is that it's both comedy and tragedy. Except that in the Old Vic's ill-conceived…
Call it a hat-trick of Scottish plays: The Kenneth Branagh-toplined staging of “Macbeth,” which bowed in a much-lauded U.K. run earlier this summer, will make the move to New York next year…
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Brit thesp Mark Rylance will reprise his two lead roles in the Shakespeare's Globe all-male productions of "Twelfth Night" and "Richard III" on Broadway this fall in a double bill with a cast that…
Brit thesp Eve Best ("Nurse Jackie," "A Moon for the Misbegotten") will make her helming debut with a production of "Macbeth" as part of Shakespeare's Globe 2013 slate announced Thursday.
LONDON -- James McAvoy ("Atonement") will lead a new West End production of "Macbeth," adding to the burgeoning number of star-driven productions with Vanessa Redgrave, James Earl Jones and Kim…
Mark Rylance's dazzlingly watchable antics as a reproving Olivia overturned by lust in Shakespeare's Globe's all-male "Twelfth Night" constitute nothing short of a star turn.
What's at stake in "Richard III"? Only a crown, a kingdom and the lives of all those standing in the way of Richard's murderous route to the throne. I mention this because you'd never guess it from…
The Royal Shakespeare Company hit "Matilda, The Musical" -- now previewing in the West End -- and a slew of U.K. road shows emerged as the big winners at the 2011 Theater Awards U.K. kudo ceremony.
Type-casting gives audiences what they know, but that's not necessarily a good thing.