Playbill interviews Hansol Jung on her translation of Romeo and Juliet, most recently produced with NAATCO and Two River Theater.
A unique production of Romeo and Juliet is now being presented at Two River Theater (TRT). We are certain you will find the show captivating.
When the Play On Shakespeare initiative reached out to San Francisco-based queer theater maker Sean San José with an offer to take part in their effort to update the plays of Shakespeare with modern language “translations” of the Shakespearean canon, José […] had his doubts.
A Forbes’ review of Cal Shakes’ production of Marcus Gardley’s Lear.
Cal Shakes and Obie award winner Marcus Gardley present a deconstructed, modern verse updating of King Lear and it’s a visually stunning, marvelously acted update that gives the Bard’s story of betrayal, power and family legacy urgency and import for today’s audience.
At Cal Shakes right now, you can understand every word of a Shakespeare play.
Life is complicated. Love, trust, hope, sadness, grief, betrayal—emotions and how we experience them are seldom back and white.
A paranoid, selfish and unreliable monarch is overthrown. Sound familiar?
There’s something about William Shakespeare’s “Richard II” that resonated with African-American Shakespeare Company artistic director L. Peter Callender more than ever in recent years.
Change is coming again to classical stages that had already exchanged their tights and doublets for T-shirts and fatigues.
The Bard’s tragedy of Roman leader Caius Marcius Coriolanus is the latest title from Play On Podcasts, the Shakespeare audio play series presented by Next Chapter Podcasts in partnership with Play On Shakespeare.