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First Folio Theatre, the classically-oriented Equity theater in residence at the Mayslake Estate in Oak Brook, has announced its 2013-14 season. The season begins this summer with the familiar title "The Rainmaker" (by N. Richard Nash), followed next...
ReutersTORONTO (Reuters) - A new app launched on Monday aims to bring William Shakespeare's sonnets to the masses with the help of short films starring stage actors performing them in front of New York landmarks. The Sonnet Project is a free app for the...
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Like the Oscars, the Tony Awards are preceded each year by a bevy of award shows that renders the main event something of a foregone conclusion. This Broadway season, many of the front-runners have become clear relatively quickly, with the big-top-...
William Shakespeare is believed to have written 154 sonnets during his life. Carrying around the complete volume has never been physically burdensome since each poem is a mere 14 lines. But a new application for the Apple iPad and iPhone is seeking to...
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John Caird, who's directing the L.A. Opera production of "Tosca" that opens Saturday, played crucial roles in launching two of the biggest stage blockbusters of modern times. The fact that the British director remains somewhat below the radar, at...
The Hartford CourantMisquoting William Shakespeare: "Now is the spring of our discontent." Indeed, even as the daffodils blossom and the songbirds sing, my students at the University of Connecticut are stressing out from their end-of-semester quest for high grades....
The Osceola Center for the Arts will hold auditions for William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream this Sunday, May 5th and Monday, May 6th at 6pm in their Studio Building. The show runs June 14-16 and all roles are available. Ron Colburn will...
William Shakespeare and his company were not the first artistic entity to suck up to their funders and protectors, and they surely weren't the last. Still, it's hard to watch the last scenes of “Henry VIII” without fantasizing that Wily Old...
OPENING FRIDAY The Great Gatsby If any piece of classic American literature should be depicted on film with wildly decadent and boldly inventive style, it’s ‘‘The Great Gatsby.’’ After all, who was the character of Jay...
Hartford CourantNational Theatre Live — those terrific HD live broadcasts from London’s National Theatre to movie houses around the world, including Connecticut — has a hot lineup, ahead, including Olivier Award winners and nominees. It certainly...
Special to The Herald-MailMary Hynes is going for it. Four years ago, she moved to New York with "$2,000 and a place to live for four months," and hasn't looked back. Today, the 28-year-old from Hagerstown is now a New Yorker, working every day for the chance to become a...
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