Never in the course of the English language, Winston Churchill might have said, did so many words carry so little meaning, as in the writing of Oscar Wilde. Washington theatergoers seeking bold explorations of important[...]
Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” should have a warning on its billboards: “For immature audiences only.” Surely that would help ensure a nightly sell-out of[...]
Hey DC! Who likes opera? We’re excited to let you know about a cool event happening tomorrow evening, July 17th at 7:00 p.m.! The Metropolitan Opera and NCM Fathom Events present a magnificent opera performance[...]
Shakespeare Theatre Company’s current production of “Wallenstein” is based on a Robert Pinsky adaptation of Friedrich Schiller’s three-part drama set in the middle of the Thirty Years’ War. For those of you who failed World[...]
For those forgetful of their days in English lit, the plot of “Coriolanus” bears a superficial resemblance to another of Shakespeare’s tragedies, “Hamlet”: in both, the playwright transforms somewhat obscure historical characters into individuals of[...]
The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart is described by its Shakespeare Theatre Company promotional literature as a “dreamlike journey of self discovery, magical moments, devilish encounters, and wittily wild karaoke.