From a fool and a pack of puppets, two offbeat takes on Lear.
Impact Theatre’s Richard III is unusually slow for either the company or the play.
Mike Daisey is back with four separate monologues about the Bard’s great tragedies.
We Players reshuffles Shakespeare’s Lear to create a new story about taking care of a delirious and infirm parent.
A traditional, presentational Tempest for free in a Mill Valley park may be more suitable for kids than for adults.
Isn’t it romantic? No, not really.
Marin Shakespeare Company celebrates its 25th year with the ever-popular As You Like It–in period dress, no less!
A magnificent seven local actors–all female–take on Shakespeare’s ever-durable comedy Twelfth Night. My review is on KQED Arts.
Impact Theatre goes way back to the Trojan War in its latest high-octane staging of Shakespeare. My review is on KQED Arts.
The good news: It’s a Shakespearean romantic comedy that we’re not all already sick of. The bad news: It’s only so-so. My review of Marin Shakespeare Company’s All’s Well That Ends Well is in today’s Marin Independent Journal.