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The Winter's Tale. The Shakespeare Theatre, DC. 2002.    Another of Shakespeare's difficult romance plays, this production's scope and spectacle justified all the fantastical elements of the story.

The Shakespeare Theatre, DC. Another of Shakespeare's difficult romance plays, this production's scope and spectacle justified all the fantastical elements of the story.

Want to improve your theatre craft? Reading is the BEST way to become a  better theatre artist. Try this challenge and we promise you'll become a  better actor/director/educator/human being.      1. Our Town by Thornton Wilder    2. A Raisin In The Sun by Lorraine Hansberry    3. Hamlet by William Shakespeare    4. The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde    5. Noises Off by Michael Frayn    6. The History Boys by Alan Bennett

Theatre Reader Challenge: 1 Year of Plays to Read

Theatre Reader Challenge: 1 Year of 52 Plays Want to improve your theatre craft? Reading is the BEST way to become a better theatre artist. Try this challenge and we promise you'll become a better actor/director/educator/human being.

Pericles. The Shakespeare Theatre, DC. 2004.    Directed by Mary Zimmerman.    An incredibly difficult play to do well, this production was not only engaging, it was beautiful.

The Shakespeare Theatre, DC. Directed by Mary Zimmerman. An incredibly difficult play to do well, this production was not only engaging, it was beautiful.

The Old Man and The Old Moon

"The Old Man and the Old Moon" set. It might be a little too rustic for a NYC apartment but I get the 'storytelling' style of it. It would work well in our black box theater.

Nigel Hawthorne performs in the Barbican in 1999 for the RSC

Past King Lears

Nigel Hawthorne as King Lear

Bill Nighy in "Blue/Orange" by Joe Penhall, National Theatre, Cottesloe, London, April 2000

Joe Penhall's Blue/Orange with Chiwetel Ejiofor, Bill Nighy and Andrew Lincoln 2000

The Actors’ Shakespeare Project production of "Pericles" at the Modern Theatre milks the work for laughs.

‘Pericles’ makes a parody of a parable

Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s ‘Pericles’ makes a parody of a parable - The Boston Globe

‘Macbeth,’ With Patrick Stewart and Kate Fleetwood, Moves to Broadway - New York Times

‘Macbeth,’ With Patrick Stewart and Kate Fleetwood, Moves to Broadway

The Chichester Festival Theater’s “Macbeth,” starring Patrick Stewart and Kate Fleetwood, has moved to Broadway.

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