Chuck Shultz sketches the al fresco production of TWELFTH NIGHT.
Double dealing, doubling of characters, double entendre and double dating, of a sort, are doubly fun to watch.
It was interesting to compare last week’s reading of Shakespeare’s THE RAPE OF LUCRECE at the Rosenbach to the original presentation at the Broad Street Ministry in 2016.
Quintessence Theatre Group explores the Shakespearean death throes of the Roman Republic.
Lantern Theater’s production of THE TEMPEST, Shakespeare’s last play, is an enjoyable, modest show, full of comedy and romance and the gentle spirit of human forgiveness.
This musical theater version of Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona, launches EgoPo’s season as a cabaret/fundraiser.
Phindie writer Kathryn Osenlund visited Scotland to see some shows from the home of Fringe.’
The audience gather together on two adjacent hill sides and in the middle is a stretch of grass,
HAMLET (REV Theatre Company): “For the apparel oft proclaims the man” Fashion-forward styling updates HAMLET
REV Theatre Company creates a powerful rendition of HAMLET through scenery and clothing
With a strong cast and design wizards the Lantern has made CORIOLANUS a visceral, lively and thought-provoking experience
Shakespeare made simple, and simply fun.
Bedlam’s imagination and the energy of their acting make their production stand out.
PAC’s current production confirms its reputation as the best adaptor of classic works.
Sketches of William Shakespeare’s ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL from Philadelphia Artists’ Collective.
Toby Zinman gives bullet reviews of nine Shakespeare-ish shows in this year’s Fringe.