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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...
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Hercules: In Search of a Hero

Hercules: In Search of a Hero, adapted and directed by Ioanna Katsarou, tackles the intimidating and lesser-known works of Euripides - Alcestis and He...
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A Christmas Carol in Harlem

Christmastime has come to Harlem in full swing, and it is a celebration to behold. The Classical Theater of Harlem’s production of A Christmas Carol i...
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Three questions: Have you ever been in love with someone who didn’t love you back? (Please raise your hand.) Do you believe in fairies? (Please snap a...
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Your Invisible Corset

With the spooky season in full swing, a modern, female-oriented take on Bram Stoker’s Dracula sounds like just the show to see. Set in the versatile s...