The holidays are here, which means you’ll probably be spending lots of time in the car or with your family, or in the car with your family—packed into a confined space with energetic kids, elderly grandparents, and everyone in between.
Playbill covers Play On Shakespeare and The Magic Theatre’s collaboration on a multi-year residency focusing on the development of new plays and exploration of translations.
Happy Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month! To celebrate we [University of Chicago Press] have put together a reading list of books from Chicago and our distributed presses that are written by Hispanic and/or Latinx authors.
We(1) saw Lear at the California Shakespeare Theatre(2). Capitalism and unresolved grief(3) kills(4) almost everyone.
An interview with artistic director Eric Ting about Cal Shakes’ production of Marcus Gardley’s Lear.
A Forbes’ review of Cal Shakes’ production of Marcus Gardley’s Lear.
Interview with artistic director Eric Ting about the Cal Shakes’ production of Marcus Gardley’s Lear.
Why tamper with this particular masterpiece?
SF Bay View’s review of Cal Shakes’s production of Lear, by Marcus Gardley.
When King Lear, played by James A. Williams, first appears on stage, he wears a long fur coat.