We’re never going back to how things were, Michelle Terry, the artistic director of the Globe, told me last year ahead of her inaugural season. Gone are the days when men took the majority of roles in
The Globe theatre, London, kicks off its new season with Shakespeare’s Henry IV Parts I and II and Henry V, performed back to back on 10 and 11 May. Photographer Tristram Kenton captured the rigours of
Who needs a director, anyway? A classical theater in Staunton, Va., lets the actors run the show, and it’s a hit.
The thought is apt to cross one’s mind, sitting in the Blackfriars Playhouse in this inviting and increasingly hip Shenandoah Valley city, 150 miles or so southwest of Washington. For an intriguing interval
Set in a women’s prison, Great Performances: Julius Caesar offers a powerful dramatization of the catastrophic consequences of a political leader’s extension of power beyond constitutional confines through
History Magazine Bold, strategic, and steady, Isabella of Castile navigated an unlikely rise to the throne and ushered in a golden age for Spain. History Magazine 10 Minute Read By Joan-Lluís Palos Isabella