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by Stephi Wild - Sep 5, 2018
Randall Duk Kim and Anne Occhiogrosso headline Centenary Stage Company's presentation of a free staged reading of Sophocles' drama "Oedipus Rex" on Wednesday, September 19 at 7:30 PM in the Kutz Theatre at the Lackland Performing Arts Center, Hackettstown, New Jersey. The September 19 reading and the master classes that precede and follow it marks the first installment of the 2018 Gates Ferry Lecture Series: "What is Truth?" The September 19 reading will be the first of three presentations, all featuring Kim and Occhiogrosso, which also includes a staged reading of scenes from Shakespeare's "King Lear" on November 14 and a full stage production of Henrik Ibsen's "Enemy of The People" from February 15-March 3, 2019. To reserve tickets, please call the Centenary Stage Company box office at (908) 979 0900 or visit www.centenarystageco.org.
by Julie Musbach - Sep 14, 2018
Randall Duk Kim and Anne Occhiogrosso headline Centenary Stage Company's (CSC) presentation of a free staged reading of Sophocles' drama Oedipus Rex on Wednesday, September 19 at 7:30 PM in the Kutz Theatre at the Lackland Performing Arts Center, Hackettstown, New Jersey.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 4, 2019
Rep Stage, the professional regional theatre in residence at Howard Community College (HCC), continues its 27th season with the world premiere of a?oeE2,a?? written by Bob Bartlett and directed by Joseph W. Ritsch.
by Tori Hartshorn - Oct 29, 2018
Juno Films has licensed the exclusive North American rights to the British Film Institute (BFI)'s 2K restoration of director Franz Osten's epic black and white drama, Shiraz: A Romance of India. Based on the romance between 17th-century Mughal ruler Shah Jahan and his queen, this epic silent film is the ravishing, romantic tale behind the creation of one of the world's most iconic structures: the Taj Mahal.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 24, 2018
The legend of King Arthur, Guinevere, and the Knights of the Roundtable will come to life Nov. 3-18 in the musical CAMELOT, the opening production of The Lewis and Shirley White Theatre's 2018-19 season at The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 22, 2018
The legend of King Arthur, Guinevere, and the Knights of the Roundtable will come to life Nov. 3-18 in the musical CAMELOT, the opening production of The Lewis and Shirley White Theatre's 2018-19 season at The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 21, 2019
Gloucester Stage Company wraps up its 40th Anniversary Season of professional theater with William Shakespeare's  Hamlet from October 25 through November 17 at Gloucester Stage Company, 267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA.. Hamlet's story begins when she meets her father's ghost, revealing that her uncle, Claudius, has murdered him and taken Hamlet's mother, Gertrude, for his queen.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 14, 2020
After cancelling it's summer season, Shakespeare by the Sea is announcing its Virtual Offerings for its 23rd Season. To celebrate Halloween, they have pulled out the bloodiest and most violent play in Shakespeare's canon: Titus Andronicus. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 20, 2019
Internationally acclaimed actor Benjamin Evett takes on the whole gallery of characters in Shakespeare's shimmering comedy, A Midsummer Night's Dream. The production is the first offering of a new theatre company Evett is heading, called Queen Mab - a Micro-Theatre. Four performances will be staged from December 13-15 at the Multicultural Arts Center, 41 Second Street in Cambridge.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 2, 2018
The legend of King Arthur, Guinevere, and the Knights of the Roundtable will come to life Nov. 3-18 in the musical CAMELOT, the opening production of The Lewis and Shirley White Theatre's 2018-19 season at The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City.
by Rona Kelly - Nov 14, 2018
The latest incarnation of Anais Mitchell's musical sees it cross the river to the other side, playing to UK audiences before heading to Broadway. The result: an otherworldly experience with sublime staging.
by Perry Tannenbaum - Nov 11, 2019
With Hans Graf at the podium for the first time at Knight Theater, Charlotte Symphony and guest artist Angelo Xiang Yu were in top form on a program highlighted by Debussy's 'L'Après-midi,' Mozart's 'Turkish' Concerto, and a snippet of Piazzolla.
by Lacey Cannon Gonzales - Nov 1, 2018
All in all, MACBETH presented by Something For Nothing Theatre is an enjoyable evening of accessible theatre. Although the play falters in act two, the show itself is mostly well done. The talent of the women in this production is the undeniable force driving the show. While by no means are their characters innocent, one wonders if Macbeth would have fared better if he had listened to them a little closer.
by Keith Waits - May 20, 2019
It was not too long ago that Commonwealth Theatre Center completed the Shakespeare canon of plays. Assuredly, because of the scope and volume of The Bard's works, it doesn't surprise me that it has been a little while since director Charlie Sexton had last brought this fairy tale to life.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 6, 2019
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company (CSC) announced the titles for its 2019-2020 Season at The Otto M. Budig Theater in an event on March 6.  This season will feature Women, on stage and off, in The Season of the Woman.  CSC's 2018-2019 Season is generously sponsored by The Otto M. Budig Family Foundation, The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile Jr. Foundation, The Shubert Foundation, Ohio Arts Council, and ArtsWave and all productions will feature Cincinnati Shakespeare Company's Resident Company of Actors. 
by Stephi Wild - Mar 4, 2020
The Dionysos Theatrical Group performed its premiere of Oedipus Tyrannus, directed by Dimitris Behrakis, at the Hellenic Cultural Center in Astoria, Queens this past Saturday February 29th. The production of Sophocles' timeless tragedy featured a wonderfully talented and diverse cast from all around the world who surely had a lasting effect on the audience. The performance was a special one-time event but with a potential full run in the April/May.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Mar 23, 2019
Nothing fills a critic's heart and soul with as much glee as the premiere of a brand-spanking-new musical, heretofore unseen by mortal men (and women). Thus, I'm happy to report that Esther, a new musical that premiered Thursday at Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theatre in an abbreviated four performance run, has some exceptional elements to be found in its two hours of performance time, although clearly there's a lot of work to be done if the show is to have a future outside The Barn.
by Student Blogger: Marissa Tomeo - Mar 2, 2021
I’ve decided in the aftermath of my crippling solitude to create a list of male Broadway characters based on if they would be good boyfriends or not. This list is ranked from worst (9) to best (1). Let’s begin! 
by Julie Musbach - Mar 14, 2019
Rep Stage, the professional regional theatre in residence at Howard Community College, will launch its 2019-2020 season with "Souvenir" by Stephen Temperley, followed by a world premiere by local playwright Bob Bartlett and a regional premiere by Philadelphia playwright James Ijames, and then conclude with the timeless musical "Dames at Sea."
by Julie Musbach - Jun 4, 2018
Following its overwhelming success and the high demand for tickets the Shakespeare Theatre Company announces an extension of Lerner and Loewe's much-beloved musical Camelot. The production directed by Alan Paul will now play through July 8, 2018, at Sidney Harman Hall (610 F Street NW).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 29, 2020
Deep in the Catskill mountains, Camps Bluster and Hill-a-Wee are set into chaos as Theseus arrives to announce that he's bought the land and must close one of the camps to make way for his new wife's mansion and horse farm.
by Maria Nockin - Jun 19, 2021
On Saturday, we see Los Angeles Opera’s online stream of Stravinsky’s Oedipus Rex. Stravinsky based Oedipus on Sophocles’ Greek tragedy and his 1927 opera is a highly stylized, ritualistic work. A narrator describes the action throughout the course of the opera. Although the opera is in Latin, narration is spoken in the language of the audience.
by Alan Henry - Jun 1, 2018
BroadwayWorld has a first look at the Shakespeare Theatre Company's production of Lerner and Loewe's multiple Tony Award-winning musical Camelot. Directed by STC Associate Artistic Director Alan Paul (Kiss Me, Kate; Man of La Mancha), the classic musical is now on stage through July 1.
by Alan Henry - Jun 1, 2018
BroadwayWorld has a first look at the Shakespeare Theatre Company's production of Lerner and Loewe's multiple Tony Award-winning musical Camelot. Directed by STC Associate Artistic Director Alan Paul (Kiss Me, Kate; Man of La Mancha), the classic musical is now on stage through July 1.
by Julie Musbach - Jul 3, 2018
Shakespeare Theatre Company (STC) today announced its current production of Lerner and Loewe's classic Tony Award-winning musical Camelot has set a box office record by becoming the top-selling show in STC's 33 year history.
by Rachael Goldberg - Jul 29, 2018
One of the best parts of seeing a re-imagining of a well-known work is that it enables you to revisit it from a different angle. The new presentation allows you to enjoy the work fresh, and maybe even catch something new that has been lost in familiarity. With apologies to the (British) Bard, Quotidian Theater Company's production proves that A Midsummer Night's Dream is, in fact, an Irish play.
by TV News Desk - Jul 21, 2021
With these two songs Harry the Nightgown further develops the adventurous sonic signature they established on their debut LP, pushing the format of experimental pop into new terrain while we keep singing along.
by Susan Haubenstock - Jul 20, 2021
In true repertory fashion, nine of the ten actors who perform Quill's 'Twelfth Night' are also presenting 'The Bottom Show,' featuring the rude (in this case, very rude) mechanicals from 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 20, 2020
Conejo Player's Youth Theater presents A Midsummer Camp's Dream, by Terence Patrick Hughes on July 24 at 7pm via Zoom. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 20, 2018
Set in 1606 England, King James's righthand man Robert Cecil commissions William Shagspeare to write the "true historie" of Guy Fawkes' infamous Gunpowder Plot. As Shag investigates the story, he discovers that the government's version might be less than truthful. Should he take the money and write a propaganda piece - or risk losing the theatre and perhaps even his head? An entertaining tribute to art, politics, and the perils of negotiating both, Equivocation is a high-stakes political comedy with contemporary resonances. 
by Pamela Roberts - Jul 19, 2018
Taffety Punk Theatre Company's Bootleg Shakespeare production HENRY VI, PART 3 is performance without a net - exciting, dangerous, riveting, and raw. Bootleg Shakespeare isn't designed to be polished or perfect, it's designed to be fresh and immediate. And it delivered. What's more amazing? The actors arrived at 10:00 am Monday with roles assigned and lines memorized. That's it. Working together under the direction of Taffety Punk Artistic Director Marcus Kyd, over the next few hours the 32 actors DIY'ed the production and were on stage in front of an audience at 7:30 pm. There were minimal props, lights, and costumes-but the red and white paper lapel flowers told us exactly what we needed to know when every epic battle scene and every word of Shakespeare's text was performed.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 12, 2021
The Growing Stage will present their last Studio Series of the 39th season, William Shakespeare’s A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, in person July 15-17 (Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:00PM) and virtually for unlimited streaming July 18-25.
by Maria Nockin - Jul 10, 2021
On the Los Angeles Opera website, Igor Stravinsky’s Oedipus Rex is available to stream now thru July 18th. Stravinsky based his opera Oedipus Rex on the ancient Greek tragedy by Sophocles. Oedipus Rex, is staged with minimal movement, which works well with COVID restrictions. A narrator describes the action in English.
by Shari Barrett - Jul 1, 2019
As performed by the 'pretty and witty' Melanie Johnson, who manages to deliver writerdirector Ryan J-W Smith's iambic pentameter monologue as if it was the most natural way for her to speak, I learned how this girl from the wrong side of the tracks, born as common as they come, made her way into court and flourished. Dressed a laced-up wench of the time, first selling oranges to those in the audience, Johnson went on to present wonderful character portrayals with a wide variety of accents as she shared Nell's amazing life journey.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 31, 2019
2018 saw Nevill Holt Opera open their stunning 400-seat theatre designed by Stirling Prize winning architects Witherford Watson Mann in conjunction with theatre designers Sound Space Vision, acclaimed as a place that can make opera feel fresh and alive (The Observer).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 28, 2020
Orchestra of St. Luke's (OSL) announced details of its 2020-21 subscription series presented by Carnegie Hall. Principal Conductor Bernard Labadie, a specialist in music of the Baroque and Classical era, will lead the three programs.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 6, 2019
The Washington Ballet will debut its full length version of the breathtakingly iconic ballet The Sleeping Beauty February 27-March 3, 2019 at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Set to Tchaikovsky's enchanting score, this fairy tale of true love that conquers all and the power of good over evil comes to life through the beauty of classical dance, with Princess Aurora, her dashing Prince and other quintessential storybook characters.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 25, 2020
Michael G. Murphy, President of Shea's Performing Arts Center (PAC), is pleased to announce the 2020 a?" 21 Frey Electric Season at Shea's 710 Theatre. The 710 Season will feature five shows including a collaborative show by All for One Theatre Productions - Shakespeare in Love. This producing partnership between Shea's 710 Theatre, MusicalFare Theatre, Theatre of Youth, Irish Classical Theatre, and Road Less Traveled Productions marks the third year the group is producing a show on the 710 stage.
by Courtney Symes - Feb 25, 2019
A Midsummer Night's Dream, one of Shakespeare's most popular comedies, brings to us a night of frivolity and fun peppered with love. A favorite subject of the Bard, this work explores the staying power of true love and the measures that we will take to ensure that it happens. Although it is believed to have been written as entertainment for an upper-class wedding around the year 1600, the themes withstand the test of time and cross the boundaries of social status.
by Julie Musbach - Feb 21, 2019
Festival Ballet Theatre (FBT), Orange County's resident professional ballet company, will present the enchanting production of Sleeping Beauty, with Ballet West principal dancers Beckanne Sisk and Chase O'Connell in the lead roles. Festival Ballet Theatre's traditional, full-length production is choreographed and staged by Artistic Director Salwa Rizkalla after Marius Petipa, and set to music by P. I. Tchaikovsky. Sleeping Beauty was first premiered by the Imperial Ballet at the Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg on January 15, 1890. Salwa Rizkalla captures the heart, energy and excitement of this original production in her staging.
by Courtney Castelino - Feb 2, 2019
The National Ballet, under the guidance of its artistic director, the legendary Karen Kain, brought Ottawa a treat this week. Three short ballets, each with a vastly different feel, graced the stage of Southam Hall.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 13, 2020
Today, the Metropolitan Opera announced its 2020-21 season, the first in which Yannick Nézet-Séguin assumes his full breadth of musical duties as the company's Jeanette Lerman-Neubauer Music Director, conducting six productions. His schedule includes the Met premiere of Jake Heggie's Dead Man Walking, the first contemporary opera conducted by the maestro on the Met stage, as part of his ongoing commitment to opera of our time at the Met, which will expand in the seasons to come.
by Jade Kops - Feb 10, 2019
Acclaimed Australian playwright Kate Mulvany delivers another triumph with her latest adaptation, this time of Friedrich Schiller's MARY STUART, presenting the famous Queens from a long overdue perspective which ensures the women regain their rightful place at the center of their story.
by David Sousa Lopes - Dec 13, 2019
When the Grand Théâtre announced Yves Beaunesne's adaptation of Ruy Blas, we simply could not miss it. Despite our extremely tight schedule these last months, there are things for which you simply have to make time.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 13, 2018
Gloucester Stage Company Artistic Director Robert Walsh and Interim Managing Director Christopher Griffith, are proud to announce the 2019 slate for Gloucester Stage's 40th Anniversary Season of professional theater on Boston's Northshore.
by Marina Kennedy - Dec 12, 2018
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey is now presenting their marvelous season's finale, 'The Winter's Tale' by William Shakespeare. With splendid direction by the Theatre's Artistic Director, Bonnie Monte, and an outstanding cast of thespians, this vibrant tale has a clever blend of reality and fantasy that will charm audiences
by Michael Dale - Dec 10, 2018
It was over fifty years ago when designer Boris Aronson famously let a large mirror hang from the set of CABARET, forcing audience members to see their own reflections to bring home the point that what was happening in 1930s Germany could very well happen in America. And while that symbolic gesture may have become a bit of a cliche in the ensuing decades as it got used by other artists for other plays and musicals, designer Clint Ramos ads a provocative twist with the fully mirrored upstage wall in his design for Jeremy O. Harris' extremely daring, highly original and undoubtedly thought-provoking satirical drama, SLAVE PLAY.
by Julie Musbach - Aug 27, 2018
Randall Duk Kim and Anne Occhiogrosso headline Centenary Stage Company's presentation of a free staged reading of Sophocles' drama "Oedipus Rex" on Wednesday, September 19 at 7:30 PM in the Kutz Theatre at the Lackland Performing Arts Center, Hackettstown, New Jersey.
by Jade Kops - Apr 3, 2021
Almost 60 years after the premiere of EXIT THE KING, Eugène Ionesco’s absurd tale of a self-centered belligerent King who refused to listen to his Queen as his kingdom crumbled retains a significance in the 21st century.