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... of love, play on!" - is fulfilled with elegant relish in Shakespeare Theatre Company's deeply satisfying new production in Sidney Harman Hall. The melodies cooked ...
... of Mary Lennox in "The Secret Garden" last year at the Shakespeare Theatre Company and has been in TV commercials and community theater. Now they're ...
... Tickets $45-$65. Call 202-399-7993 or visit mosaictheater.org. "Twelfth Night." Ethan McSweeny directs Shakespeare's comedy. Nov. 14-Dec. 20 at the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Sidney Harman Hall, ...
... Why is "Shakespeare in Love" the most-produced play in America's regional theaters this season? To ...
... run-of-the-mill street performers. They were the official pied pipers of the Shakespeare Theatre Company's 10th annual gala. On Sunday night, the company awarded stage and ...
... runs the new-plays troupe Woolly Mammoth Theatre; Kahn heads the classical Shakespeare Theatre Company. Woolly seats 265; the STC's two stages combined hold more than ...
... When Shylock, the Jewish moneylender of Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice," makes the case for his humanity, he poses ...
... 1811 14th St. NW. ­202-667-4490. blackcatdc.com. $15-$18. War of the Roses plays Shakespeare in the Pub, a collective of D.C. actors, stages Shakespeare's four War ...
... Ron Daniels's "Othello" are halfway through a six-hour rehearsal for the Shakespeare Theatre Company's 27th annual "Free for All" summer production. The villain Iago (Jay ...
... a remark that upset him profoundly. Hardy became prominent in the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre Company at Stratford-upon-Avon, the Bristol Old Vic and Prospect Productions, taking ...
... takes on in Washington in January, as the revenging Danish prince in Shakespeare's greatest tragedy. Michael Kahn, Shakespeare Theatre Company's longtime artistic director - and ...
... The Shakespeare Theatre Company's annual gala, slated for Oct. 15, just got a little starrier: ...
... Urie was required to pick a play excerpt to perform in a Shakespeare scene-study class. His instinct was to go right for the really tough ...
... Shepherdstown, W.Va. If you missed Yaël Farber's acclaimed "Salome" at the Shakespeare Theatre Company during the first Women's Voices Theater Festival, you can catch a ...
... of filmed performances from London on the big screen at the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Harman Hall, and Signature Theatre's annual Sizzlin' Summer Nights. See the ...
... for Lies." David Ives, the adaptations whiz (most recently at the Shakespeare Theatre Company with the jubilant "Metromaniacs"), applies his quill to Moliere's "The Misanthrope." ...
... Trump-like title character. But the e-mails went to the wrong place — Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Mass., one of several Shakespeare companies around the ...
... Call 703-820-9771 or visit sigtheatre.org . "King Lear." "In this intimate staging, Shakespeare's grand tragedy of late-life madness is most effectively a family, acted in ...
... daily political grind in Washington. But year after year, said D.C.’s Shakespeare Theatre Company Director Michael Kahn, audiences and commentators consistently draw parallels between the ...
... a fraction of that faced by the new head of the Shakespeare Theatre Company around the corner, the big two-theater enterprise where Michael Kahn recently ...
... delights in David Ives's adaptation of "The Misanthrope," now at the Shakespeare Theatre Company. The big news this week: Howard Shalwitz announced his retirement from ...
... 7. "Something Rotten!" Feb. 6-18. D.C. premiere of the Broadway hit about Shakespeare and the world's first musical. "Waitress," May 15-June 3. The Sara Bareilles ...
... for Lies." David Ives, the adaptations whiz (most recently at the Shakespeare Theatre Company with the jubilant "Metromaniacs"), applies his quill to Moliere's "The Misanthrope." ...
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