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‘Romeo and Juliet’: Can love stop the madness?

BOSTON — When you write for not only your age but for all ages, timeless themes will continue to resonate long after you’re gone. So many centuries after a blood feud between two… Continue reading

400 years later, ‘Othello’ is still an outsider

CAMBRIDGE – The American Repertory Theatre is not against welcoming shows created by other theater companies of merit. The Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Director Bill Rauch commissioned and premiered the play “All The… Continue reading

‘Hamnet’ may reflect on our own relationships

BOSTON – What a difference one letter can make. That’s what the title character in the ArtsEmerson production of “Hamnet” reminds us. It’s the difference, in his case, of the son of playwright… 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