Eric Tucker formed his critically lauded theater troupe Bedlam only two years ago, and now directs himself in both “The Seagull” and “Sense and Sensibility.”
A scholar of 20th and 21st century drama, Demastes knows a lot about how to select, examine, and deliver a great monologue.
Ken Ludwig, author of “How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare,” shares advice on introducing children to the Bard’s work.
We chatted with the cast of the upcoming Lincoln Center revival of “Macbeth,” starring Ethan Hawke in the title role, about their Shakespeare training and how they’re approaching their characters.
Shakespeare is a revered linguistic master—so much so that centuries later, his stories are still being told on stages and screens across the world.
Summer is coming to an end, but there’s still time catch an open-air showing of some of the Bard’s most popular works.
Working in the theater means knowing Shakespeare. The free Shakespeare app for iOS devices gives you a complete reference guide to the Bard’s works.
New York Shakespeare Festival / The Public Theater is seeking talent for its production of “King Lear.”
Backstage's June 13 issue features a roundtable discussion with five of the actors starring in "Much Ado About Nothing," director Joss Whedon's adaptation of the Shakespeare classic. Watch our exclusive video with actors Amy Acker, Alexis Denisof, Nathan Fillion, Clark Gregg, and Fran Kranz.
“Roman Tragedies,” Ivo van Hove’s take on three of Shakespeare’s Roman plays, at BAM, is an epic, original, and disturbing reflection on heroism, empire, and the YouTube generation.