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Review: Love is in the air of As You Like It

Love is everywhere you turn in As You Like It.

These days, the rom-com is on life support as a storytelling genre, but back at the turn of the 17th century-ish, Shakespeare created a story that explores the many aspects of love that still holds up in our loveless, laughless, device-plagued 21st. 680 more words


Tales from the Void

Leave it to the ever creative crew at the Le Gun art collective to come up with a wonderful installation that celebrates Paris’ legendary Shakespeare and Company… 34 more words


The who, what, when and where of the 2015 Shakespeare & Company 38th season schedule

Shakespeare & Company has finalized casting for its 38th performance season, and released a complete schedule of Opening Night dates. The announcement was made this week by Interim Artistic Directors Ariel Bock and Jonathan Croy, along with a positive report from Interim Managing Director on the Company’s box office successes to date. 1,060 more words


All about Tina Packer's new book, "Women of Will: Following the Feminine in Shakespeare’s Plays"

A milestone in our understanding of Shakespeare and his women

You can say it is a culmination of a lifetime studying Shakespeare and his plays, but it is more than than. 1,713 more words

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Shakespeare & Company brings on new officers, has two fresh grants, 58% increase in ticket sales

Shakespeare & Company announced today that Kenneth E. Werner has been elected Board Chair and Treasurer, and Jeffery Konowitch has been elected Vice Chair and Clerk. 765 more words


Tony Simotes joins Berkshire Theatre Group as Managing Director "to continue the work I started here"

Simotes to become Managing Director of Berkshire Theatre Group
by Larry Murray

In news that is as surprising as welcome, Tony Simotes has decided to stay in the Berkshires and apply his numerous talents to the growth of the Berkshire Theatre Group (BTG). 1,259 more words


EDITORIAL: Three resign Board leadership in continuing drama at Shakespeare & Company

Opinion and Analysis
by Larry Murray

An earlier article covers the news of Rick Dildine’s departure from Shakespeare & Company.


UPDATED March 12, and May 10, 2015: More changes. 1,967 more words