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Shakespeare's Globe Returns To The States With LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST 10/20-12/23
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2009

Following their heralded tour of 'Measure for Measure' in 2005, the venerable Shakespeare's Globe Theatre of London returns to the United States from October 20th through December 23rd with the triumphant production of 'Love's Labour's Lost', directed by Shakespeare's Globe Artistic Director, Dominic Dromgoole. This is the first American tour under Mr. Dromgoole's stewardship.

RED SEA FISH Kicks Off The 2009 BRITS OFF BROADWAY Festival at 59E59 Theaters 11/3
by Gabrielle Sierra - Oct 19, 2009

59E59 Theaters (Elysabeth Kleinhans, Artistic Director; Peter Tear, Executive Producer) is thrilled to have Brighton's own Two Bins kick off Brits Off Broadway with the US premiere of Matt Wilkinson's RED SEA FISH, directed by Franklyn McCabe.

LOVE'S LABOURS LOST To Conclude Summer Season At Shakespeare's Globe Before US Tour
by BWW News Desk - Oct 10, 2009

Shakespeare?s Globe will revive Dominic Dromgoole?s 2007 production of Love's Labour's Lost between September 25 and October 10, concluding the Globe's highly successful 2009 summer theatre season. Following its run in London, it will transfer to the US for a two month tour of North America ? the first under Dominic's direction of the Globe ? visiting Ann Arbor, Philadelphia, Berkeley, Davis, Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, Holyoke and New York.

LOVE'S LABOURS LOST To Conclude Summer Season At Shakespeare's Globe Before US Tour
by BWW News Desk - Sep 25, 2009

Shakespeare?s Globe will revive Dominic Dromgoole?s 2007 production of Love's Labour's Lost between September 25 and October 10, concluding the Globe's highly successful 2009 summer theatre season. Following its run in London, it will transfer to the US for a two month tour of North America ? the first under Dominic's direction of the Globe ? visiting Ann Arbor, Philadelphia, Berkeley, Davis, Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, Holyoke and New York.

Shakespeare's Globe Closes 2009 Summer Season, Looks Ahead to Its First Ever Christmas Show
by Jessica Lewis - Sep 16, 2009

Shakespeare's Globe enters the final few weeks of its 2009 theatre season, Young Hearts, having presented an ambitious programme of Shakespeare plays and bold new writing. The season so far has included three main house Shakespeare productions, two world premieres, one revival of a new play and two regional open air tours with over 350,000 people having seen a Globe show this year. A revival of Artistic Director Dominic Dromgoole?s 2007 production of Love?s Labour?s Lost will close the season, before commencing a two month tour of the USA. For the first time ever, Shakespeare?s Globe will open its doors this Christmas with Footsbarn?s Christmas Cracker.

Shakespeare's Globe Returns To The States With LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST 10/20-12/23
by Gabrielle Sierra - Sep 14, 2009

Following their heralded tour of 'Measure for Measure' in 2005, the venerable Shakespeare's Globe Theatre of London returns to the United States from October 20th through December 23rd with the triumphant production of 'Love's Labour's Lost', directed by Shakespeare's Globe Artistic Director, Dominic Dromgoole. This is the first American tour under Mr. Dromgoole's stewardship.

LOVE'S LABOURS LOST To Conclude Summer Season At Shakespeare's Globe Before US Tour
by Carrie Dunn - Sep 4, 2009

Shakespeare?s Globe will revive Dominic Dromgoole?s 2007 production of Love's Labour's Lost between September 25 and October 10, concluding the Globe's highly successful 2009 summer theatre season. Following its run in London, it will transfer to the US for a two month tour of North America ? the first under Dominic's direction of the Globe ? visiting Ann Arbor, Philadelphia, Berkeley, Davis, Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, Holyoke and New York.

Full Casting Announced For Stephens' PUNK ROCK At The Lyric Hammersmith
by Eddie Varley - Aug 6, 2009

Olivier award-winning playwright Simon Stephens' powerful new play Punk Rock opens at the Lyric Hammersmith on 08 September 2009 with previews from 03 September 2009. Sarah Frankcom, the Co-Artistic Director of the Royal Exchange, Manchester will direct a talented, young cast which includes Nicholas Banks, Henry Lloyd Hughes, Harry McEntire, Jessica Raine, Tom Sturridge, Katie West and Sophie Wu.

Globe To Present A NEW WORLD: A LIFE OF THOMAS PAINE
by Carrie Dunn - Jul 21, 2009

Mamet, Shepard and Brunstetter Works Set For Atlantic Theater's 2009-2010 Season
by Eddie Varley - Jun 24, 2009

Atlantic Theater Company (Neil Pepe, Artistic Director, Jeffory Lawson, Managing Director) is proud to announce three of its 2009-2010 season productions. The main stage season at the Linda Gross Theater will mark premieres from Atlantic co-founder David Mamet and Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Sam Shepard, while Bekah Brunstetter makes her Off Broadway debut at Stage 2 with the world premiere of a new comedy.

The Globe's AS YOU LIKE IT Cast & Creatives Announced, Sharrock To Direct 5/30
by BWW News Desk - May 30, 2009

Thea Sharrock will direct Shakespeare's As You Like It at the Globe this summer from 30 May. A favourite among Shakespeare's comedies, As You Like It combines cross dressing and slapstick with gentle satire and brilliant conversation.

Walker & Dunster's THE FRONTLINE Opens At Shakespeare's Globe 5/5
by BWW News Desk - May 5, 2009

Shakespeare's Globe is delighted to present a revival of Ché Walker and Matthew Dunster's triumphant hit The Frontline, between 5 and 23 May 2009. Ché Walker's frank and funny play is set on a Saturday night outside a London tube station. Twenty three actors overlap in this fast-paced, exuberant tale, bringing modern London onto the Globe stage.

Shakespeare's Globe Announces Its 2009 Theater Seaason
by BWW News Desk - Apr 23, 2009

Shakespeare's Globe is delighted to announce its 2009 theatre season, which opens on Shakespeare's birthday, 23 April, and goes under the overall title of Young Hearts. The Shakespeare plays will be Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It, Troilus and Cressida and a revival of Dominic Dromgoole's 2007 production of Love's Labour's Lost, prior to embarking upon a North American tour in the autumn. The 2009 theatre season will also include a range of new work including the Globe's first excursion into full-scale Greek drama in a new version of Euripedes' Helen by Frank McGuinness; A New World, marking the 200th anniversary of the death of Thomas Paine, by Trevor Griffiths and the return of Ch? Walker's explosive, panoramic and funny tale of contemporary London life, The Frontline.

Young Hearts 2009 Season Begins 4/23 With Romeo & Juliet
by BWW News Desk - Apr 23, 2009

Shakespeare's Globe launches its 2009 theatre season - Young Hearts - on Shakespeare's birthday, Thursday 23 April, with artistic director Dominic Dromgoole's production of Romeo and Juliet. It will be the first of nine productions during the Globe's most ambitious season to date, which explores the great expanse of the heart. Shakespeare's heartbreaking tale of these tragic and iconic young lovers is widely considered to be one of the greatest of all love stories, and this will be Dominic's first production of the play.

The Globe's AS YOU LIKE IT Cast & Creatives Announced, Sharrock To Direct 5/30
by Gabrielle Sierra - Apr 20, 2009

Thea Sharrock will direct Shakespeare's As You Like It at the Globe this summer from 30 May. A favourite among Shakespeare's comedies, As You Like It combines cross dressing and slapstick with gentle satire and brilliant conversation.

Thea Sharrock To Direct At The Globe
by Carrie Dunn - Apr 20, 2009

Walker & Dunster's THE FRONTLINE Opens At Shakespeare's Globe 5/5
by Gabrielle Sierra - Apr 3, 2009

Shakespeare's Globe is delighted to present a revival of Ché Walker and Matthew Dunster's triumphant hit The Frontline, between 5 and 23 May 2009. Ché Walker's frank and funny play is set on a Saturday night outside a London tube station. Twenty three actors overlap in this fast-paced, exuberant tale, bringing modern London onto the Globe stage.

Young Hearts 2009 Season Begins 4/23 With Romeo & Juliet
by Gabrielle Sierra - Mar 20, 2009

Shakespeare's Globe launches its 2009 theatre season - Young Hearts - on Shakespeare's birthday, Thursday 23 April, with artistic director Dominic Dromgoole's production of Romeo and Juliet. It will be the first of nine productions during the Globe's most ambitious season to date, which explores the great expanse of the heart. Shakespeare's heartbreaking tale of these tragic and iconic young lovers is widely considered to be one of the greatest of all love stories, and this will be Dominic's first production of the play.

Shakespeare's Globe Celebrates Valentines W/ YOUNG HEARTS
by Gabrielle Sierra - Feb 12, 2009

Shakespeare's Globe celebrates Valentine's Day, Saturday 14 February, with the launch of public booking for its 2009 theatre season Young Hearts. The season opens on Shakespeare's birthday, Thursday 23 April, and will include four Shakespeare plays and three pieces of new writing that explore the great expanse of the heart - from purity to wild passion, and from the rekindling of old love to an evergreen love of life.

Shakespeare's Globe Announces Its 2009 Theater Seaason
by Gabrielle Sierra - Feb 10, 2009

Shakespeare's Globe is delighted to announce its 2009 theatre season, which opens on Shakespeare's birthday, 23 April, and goes under the overall title of Young Hearts. The Shakespeare plays will be Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It, Troilus and Cressida and a revival of Dominic Dromgoole's 2007 production of Love's Labour's Lost, prior to embarking upon a North American tour in the autumn. The 2009 theatre season will also include a range of new work including the Globe's first excursion into full-scale Greek drama in a new version of Euripedes' Helen by Frank McGuinness; A New World, marking the 200th anniversary of the death of Thomas Paine, by Trevor Griffiths and the return of Ch? Walker's explosive, panoramic and funny tale of contemporary London life, The Frontline.

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