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Sotto Voce: when America turned away Jewish immigrants fleeing the Nazis

Shakespeare & Company opens its final summer show of the 39th Performance Season with Sotto Voce, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Nilo Cruz, and directed by Daniel Gidron. 406 more words

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"Or," is a 17th Century version of a British sex comedy at Shakespeare & Company

Tod Randolph in ‘Or,’ at Shakespeare & Company, 2016. Photo by Ava G. Lindenmaier.

Nehassaiu deGannes. ‘Or,’ at Shakespeare & Company, 2016. Photo by Ava G. 954 more words


Paris : English bookstores

I love to read and I end up collecting books in every city / town I live in. So when I moved to Paris, my biggest challenge was finding bookstores that sold books in a foreign language – English! 405 more words


Shakespeare & Company Presents Cry “Havoc!” by Stephan Wolfert

Shakespeare & Company brings Cry “Havoc!” to the Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre. Written and performed by Stephan Wolfert and directed by Eric Tucker, this inspirational story, exploring pre- and post-military service, runs August 3 through August 13. 211 more words


Jonathan Croy to direct Shakespeare comedy "The Two Gentlemen of Verona" at Packer Playhouse

Shakespeare & Company presents The Two Gentlemen of Verona, beginning Thursday August 4th. Written by William Shakespeare, and directed by Co-Artistic Director Jonathan Croy, this early romantic comedy takes a gleeful look at the fickle nature of young love, playing in-the-round at the Tina Packer Playhouse through September 4, 2016. 250 more words


Conversations will offer artistic insights at Shakespeare & Company

Shakespeare & Company will present a series of five Artistic Insights designed to provide a deeper background for their 2016 productions. The series is designed to delve deeper into the shows’ themes and enhance the audiences’ experience. 542 more words


A woman's artistic beginnings explored in "Or," a new comedy at Shakespeare & Co

Shakespeare & Company presents Liz Duffy Adams’ playful comedy Or, based on the real life of Britain’s first female playwright Aphra Behn. Directed by Alice Reagan and featuring Company actress Tod Randolph, the production runs July 23 through September 4, 2016 in the Tina Packer Playhouse and will be staged in-the-round. 343 more words