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Topic - Classic Stage Company
Classic Stage Company, or CSC, is a classical Off-Broadway theater dedicated to reimagining the classical repertory for a contemporary American audience, presenting plays from the past that speak directly to today's issues. Founded in 1967, Classic Stage Company is one of Off-Broadway's longest-enduring theaters. Its 180-seat theatre is located at 136 East 13th Street between Third and Fourth Avenues in the East Village near Union Square in Manhattan, New York City. - Source: Wikipedia
Elizabeth Olsen will soon be a star-crossed lover — she'll star in an off-Broadway version of Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet."
Elizabeth Olsen will soon be a star-crossed lover _ she'll star in an off-Broadway version of Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet."
Can obsession create genuine love? The question shudders with possibilities throughout the melodramatic musical "Passion," whose plot strains credulity, yet celebrates the erratic improbabilities of love.
It's a few minutes after a performance of his debut play and Hamish Linklater looks like he's got indigestion.
Christina Ricci's stage debut last year apparently didn't scare her off _ she's going back.
Did he or didn't he? If you like a touch of Shakespearean mystery in your drama, check out "Double Falsehood," a play of murky historical origin about betrayal, star-crossed lovers and hidden identities.
Maggie Gyllenhaal and her husband, Peter Sarsgaard, will be together again on stage next year in another off-Broadway play by Anton Chekhov.