And the two I chose for my childhood friend.
In the Park, in the rain.
"A swift, thrilling production."
It snaps into focus whenever he's onstage.
"Richard, as presented here, is a compelling curiosity; Twelfth Night is sublime."
A reminder of why she was a MacArthur genius.
On musicalizing an odd Shakespearean comedy.
As adapted by Shame writer Abi Morgan.
They'll be performing Richard III.
Catch the Shakespeare classic in a Greenwich park.
From The Avengers to Willy Shakes, dude's got his bases covered.
Shaw's Saint Joan, Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, and David Rabe's An Early History of Fire.
The great director's craftsmanship is as strong as ever, but his despair has become reflexive.
No matter how passionately you love a florid, overwritten, hilarious book, the movie can be EVEN BETTER.
Some feminists are disturbed by the product itself. We are disturbed by the commercial.