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Much Ado About Nothing

The Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park has long been one of New York’s most prized cultural jewels - and this summer, Kenny Leon’s Much Ado Abou...
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The Tempest

In the beginning of The Tempest, the audience is asked if we have ever felt enough rage that would raise a tempest with the sheer force of our anger. ...
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Fragments of a Star

Dalida may not be a name as instantly recognizable, let alone undoubtedly iconic, to American ears as it is to the French. But the mission of Fragment...
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Socrates

It feels lazy to say that Socrates, playing at the Public Theater, bears a message for our modern times. It’s undeniable that the depiction of a broke...
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The Tragedy of Julius Caesar

The lights haven’t even dimmed before a guttural scream rips through the theater, so unexpected and primal that most of the audience actually jump in ...
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Richard II

The Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare’s Globe is well-known for its single most defining feature: the cozy wooden theater, built in the style of ...
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The Magic Flute

The Magic Flute returns to the English National Opera this week to much applause. The revival of the dircetor Simon McBurney's 2016 production brings ...
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Medusa Volution

One of the most famous Greek mythologies is one that you probably don’t know as well as you think you do - the story of Medusa, the beautiful young wo...