In the Bard’s Hometown, a Challenge for New Theater Leaders

The Royal Shakespeare Company’s co-artistic directors have put together a challenging debut season. But many visitors come to Stratford-upon-Avon seeking…


In a Pair of ‘Macbeth’ Productions, Only One Does Right by the Lady

One of Shakespeare’s most coveted roles for women gets different interpretations onstage in New York and Washington.


‘Make Noise Enough’: Excavating Shakespeare’s Songs

In Shakespeare, music is an integral part of the action. But the First Folio, which turns 400 this year, failed…


Floorboards (Possibly) Trodden by Shakespeare Are Found in England

Boards dating to the 15th century were found during renovations at St. George’s Guildhall. However, some Shakespeare experts are not…

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