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Arlington Children's Theatre proudly presents "The Tempest," written by William Shakespeare. This production marks the 9th year ACT's teen actors have tackled the poetic and timeless works of The Bard. The performances are at 7 p.m. on Friday, May
Topics What a moment it must have been when Dame Helen Mirren walked into the street in the interval of the West End production of The Audience in which she plays the Queen and reprimanded a bunch of drummers drowning out her words. It's a great
When he played Falstaff at the Globe, and the weather turned nasty, Roger Allam sidestepped nimbly into a bit of King Lear (Blow, winds, and crack your cheeksyou cataracts and hurricanoes, spout). This season, as a marvellous and meddlesome Prospero,
But every time I went into a school or walked outside what I got was enormous validation and really a surprising kind of love...What I know is that if not now it would have had to happen sometime soon and this seems the best way to avoid a disruption.
Scholars believe "The Tempest" was Shakespeare's last play. Many also believe the story of the wizard who summons up a storm to avenge his betrayal, reveals the world's greatest playwright reflecting on the concept of forgiveness.
After enthralling audiences across the world with their various theatrics, Footsbarn returns to Bangalore with their hit play, Indian Tempest, for the third time. Collaborating with Abhinaya Theatre of Kerala, one can safely say that it was Footsbarn'
Ann Johansson/AP However, this autumn she will reunite with her longtime collaborator, the composer Elliot Goldenthal, to mount an off-Broadway production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, entitled simply Midsummer, to open a new theatre in New York on
Since being fired in 2011 from the Broadway musical " Spider-Man : Turn Off the Dark," director Julie Taymor has kept a relatively low public profile, her time presumably occupied by the ongoing lawsuit between her and the show's producers. Taymor
The reasoning behind it lies in the notion that the farcical The Comedy of Errors (circa 1594) and the dark-toned The Tempest (1610-11) share some thematic territory. In both plays, the protagonists have been stranded, cut off from their old lives.
Initially, we're given a primer on the mere plot of The Tempest, largely by means of dumb show. Although tedious and inefficient the way Miranda arrives on the island after the tempest suggests that she is the storm's first casualty this section