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Topic - Royal Shakespeare Company
A trans-Atlantic collaboration between the Royal Shakespeare Company in England, Miami's GableStage and The Public Theater in New York will present a radically fresh version of "Antony and Cleopatra" set on the eve of the Haitian Revolution.
"King Lear" may be Shakespeare's greatest work, but, let's face it, it's also grindingly grim. It's definitely not for children. Or is it?
"King Lear" may be Shakespeare's greatest work, but, let's face it, it's also grindingly grim.
The Royal Shakespeare Company says it has appointed Gregory Doran as its new artistic director.
The Royal Shakespeare Company says long-serving artistic director Michael Boyd is stepping down next year.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has to be considered a very gracious houseguest. Not only has this English troupe arrived in New York to show off five of its productions with its own actors and costumes, it has also brought its own theater.