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Shakespeare In The Park

  1. chat room
    Danielle Brooks Turned Down a Movie Role to Do Shakespeare in the Park“Getting to play this part is opening doors to young black women that look like me.”
  2. disney musicals
    A Hercules Musical Will Go the Distance to Central Park This SummerBless my soul!
  3. theater review
    Theater Review: It’s Always Sunny in This Twelfth NightIn the park, not a cloud in the sky.
  4. theater review
    Theater Review: In the Park, an Othello in Which Love Conquers LittleRuben Santiago-Hudson’s production for the Public is finely wrought though not wildly inventive.
  5. Theater Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream That Never Touches EarthAll the froth, none of the underlying dread.
  6. shakespeare in the park
    What It Was Like to Star in the Trump-Themed Julius CaesarCorey Stoll, who played Brutus, writes about his experience in the controversial production.
  7. protests
    Protesters Interrupt Shakespeare in the Park’s Trump-Like Julius Caesar AgainThe production closed Sunday night.
  8. controversies
    Protesters Interrupt Trump-Themed Production of Julius Caesar“You are all Goebbels,” one protestor shouted, referencing Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s minister of propaganda.
  9. the public theater
    Public Theater Issues Statement Amid Controversy Over Trump-Like Julius Caesar“Our production of Julius Caesar in no way advocates violence towards anyone.”
  10. theater
    Delta Drops Shakespeare in the Park Over Trump-Inspired Julius CaesarThe airline has ended its sponsorship over the play’s “graphic staging.”
  11. theater reviews
    Theater Review: Can Troilus and Cressida Be Saved?Plus: Men on Boats, played by women not on boats.
  12. theater review
    Theater Review: The Taming of the ShrewPhyllida Lloyd gives it a try in Central Park.
  13. donald streep
    Meryl Streep Just Played Donald Trump OnstageStreep played the Donald in a political version of “Brush Up Your Shakespeare.”
  14. theater
    Theater Review: Cymbeline in the Park, With Some StreamliningA strain of rareness.
  15. theater review
    Theater Review: King Lear, Starring John LithgowThis production is a statue not fully liberated from the stone.
  16. theater
    Theater Review: Much Ado About NothingIn the Park, in the rain.
  17. stage dive
    Theater Review: A Singing, Summery Love’s Labour’s LostOn musicalizing an odd Shakespearean comedy.
  18. stage dive
    Theater Review: An Economically Robust Comedy of ErrorsWhat’s today’s dollar-ducat exchange rate?
  19. stage dive
    Review: Shakespeare in the Park’s As You Like ItThere’s nothing here but pleasure and pleasantry, making it a fine but minor dish.
  20. shakespeare in the park
    Into the Woods, As You Like It Headed to Central ParkAll the world’s a stage. Particularly if your world includes Shakespeare in the Park.
  21. stage dive
    Shakespeare in the Park, Twice Over (Plus Once in Greenwich)Shakespearean weddings, in and out of town.
  22. broadway
    Merchant of Venice Starring Al Pacino Moves to BroadwayStarting in October.
  23. theater
    Jew — Ahh!Al Pacino will play Shylock in Shakespeare in the Park’s 2010 production of ‘The Merchant of Venice.’
  24. chat room
    Jonathan Groff on Taking Woodstock, The Bacchae, and Keeping His Clothes On for Once“The other day in rehearsals I slammed this stick I carry around on the ground and it hit me in the head. If you’re playing a god, you just can’t let that happen.”
  25. chat room
    Anthony Mackie Talks Shakespeare in the Park and the One Movie He’s Bad In“I did this movie where I felt I was pretty bad in it, and a friend of mine just watched it two weeks ago and TOLD me I was bad in it.”
  26. raccoons
    Acting Raccoon Returns to Shakespeare in the ParkNext year they should give this little guy an audition.
  27. the industry
    Will Ferrell Will Do Just About Anything to Promote Land of the LostPlus: Megan Fox, heroin smuggler.
  28. good times
    Anne Hathaway to Cross-dress in Central Park This SummerHathaway? WAY.
  29. news reel
    Shakespeare in the Park Plagued by Bad Weather, RaccoonsOne of the great thrills of live outdoor theater is knowing you could be attacked by a raccoon at any minute.