Not three days ago I was standing in the house Shakespeare was born in. I walked the streets of Stratford Upon Avon all day under skies threatening to rain. 423 more words
Tags » Cymbeline
By Katie MacDonald
Shakespeare for Performance is not your usual class here at ASP. Instead of sitting in classrooms learning through lectures, discussions, and readings, these ASP students spend up to eight hours a day in the New Space working hard at the rehearsals for two complete Shakespeare works. 615 more words
The Rude Mechanicals presented candlelight performances of William Shakespeare’s Cymbeline this past weekend at Historic Kenmore.
Actors present the prologue.
The Queen (Mariah Beachboard) and Posthumus (Matthew Zimmerman) … 113 more words
I am a big theatre fan, and I had gone to the right place. Along with Something Rotten and A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, I went to Shakespeare in the Park, another musical and a play, mostly just by being in the right place at the right time, and loved (nearly) all of them. 581 more words
There’s a reason nobody does “Cymbeline” straight. The late Romance is such a dumb play, with such a derivative plot and witless characters, that scholars have earnestly suggested Shakespeare might have written it as a self-parody. 548 more words
7.24.15 I’m no expert on Dancenoise, the performance art duo Annie Iobst and Lucy Sexton (below), but they’re legendary to me nevertheless. In their heyday (late ‘80s/early ‘90s), they never did shows that had long runs. 1,377 more words