One very old playwright, one very new one.
In a film adaptation, starring opposite Michael Fassbender.
Hawke! I hear horses.
They recently wrapped a Terrence Malick film together.
It's cut to barely 100 minutes.
Plus: Tig Notaro put Conan on hold for a cell-phone call mid-interview, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
We watch this Macbeth with deep interest, with great admiration, but not with much concern.
And see a slideshow of his many animated expressions.
Ambitious! How fitting for Macbeth.
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We hope your family isn't like the one in Debbie Tucker Green's 'Born Bad.'
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In 'The Other Place,' Metcalf is back in yet another mother of a role.
James Earl Jones, Morgan Freeman, Kevin Kline, and Ian McShane … underdogs?
Don't miss Verdi's deathless aria, "O, Shakespeare, cacasenno, vi daro dei calci nei vostri antichi."
How does Broadway's Kate Fleetwood get ready for her "Out, out, damned spot?" scene?
Finally, someone finds a way to speak to these convergent fan bases!
"Jean-Luc Picard, supposing he were married to Lady Macbeth – which he would never have been because he is married to the Enterprise, as we all know…"
Plus: The Rock as the Tooth Fairy!
That's quite a photo on the front page of the Times.
"Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, / Creeps in this petty pace from day to day, / To the last syllable of recorded time; / And all our yesterdays have lighted fools / The way to dusty death," said Lou Reed.
Has director Adrian Noble decided to dispense with singers altogether for his new production of the Verdi opera?