Tag Archive: ActorsshakespeareProject

From beyond the grave, Nat Turner tells us why

ROXBURY – A forlorn soul is handcuffed and shackled, straining to see the last rays of what will be his final sunset in the small town Jerusalem, Va. before he meets his Maker… Continue reading

More questions than answers in all-women ‘Caesar’

BOSTON – The conventional wisdom is that if women were in charge, there would be fewer wars and less violence in general. Not so fast, if an adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s most… Continue reading

ASP’s ‘Edward II’: A page-turner of a production

  CHARLESTOWN – When Actors Shakespeare Project in the recent past has dipped outside the canon of The Bard, the results have been very, very good. A production of Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard”… Continue reading

Burrows’ ASP goodbye: A not-so-stormy ‘Tempest’

BROOKLINE – Allyn Burrows is saying goodbye to Actors Shakespeare Project, if not to The Bard himself, as he leaves ASP to join Lenox-based Shakespeare & Company. On the way out the door,… Continue reading

A king’s fast fall from grace in ASP’s ‘Richard II’

CAMBRIDGE – It is the political season – would that it weren’t – and thus a fine time for Actors Shakespeare Project to delve into the politics of Britain in the late 14th… Continue reading