Get your medlars before they rot.
Kenneth Branagh returns to Shakespeare for his latest feature.
Australian-style savory hand pies tell no lies, but may harbor some secrets.
It looks great, but it’s about as substantial as fairy dust.
A compelling cast breathes new life into Shakespeare’s words.
The company’s attempts to play with gender dynamics just create confusion.
Two dueling theater companies debate who owns Shakespeare.
Everything operates on a recognizably human scale.
The rough edges are deliberate, but they could use a little bit of smoothing.
When in doubt, they sing it out.
The servants steal the show in Midsomer Flight’s production.
He brings utter control over the language and a quality of hard-won majesty to the role.
But the new Chicago Shakespeare production makes a worthwhile storm of its own.
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Lolita Chakrabarti’s biodrama about the first black actor to play Othello on the London stage gets the story wrong for all the wrong reasons.