The New Yorker reviews NAATCO’s production of Romeo and Juliet, translated by Hansol Jung.
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.
The Two River Times interviews Hansol Jung on her translation of Romeo and Juliet and they discuss its 2023 production at Two River Theater, in partnership with NAATCO.
When I think of Shakespeare’s women, many names come to mind: Gertrude, Lady Macbeth, Ophelia, Beatrice, Portia, Helena, Titania, Rosalind, Juliet, Desdemona.
We(1) saw Lear at the California Shakespeare Theatre(2). Capitalism and unresolved grief(3) kills(4) almost everyone.
The show, originally structured as five acts, has been paired down to just two, and explores the lure and impact of reigning power upon the lives of those who want it, get it, abuse it and, more often than not, ultimately lose it.
A Forbes’ review of 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.