This week’s Shakespeare news review includes the Toledo Museum of Art, a St. Louis mash-up, Tabletop Shakespeare, and a storm of outrage by parents over The Tempest (get it?). PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history.
- Turning Shakespeare’s The Tempest into an aboriginal story
- Is Shakespeare due for a shakeup?
- Much Ado About Shakespeare’s women
- Toledo museum showcases art inspired by Shakespeare
- Brooklyn storm over naked Tempest production: Local parents outraged at nude all-female show
- A mash-up of four of the Bard’s plays will highlight Shakespeare in the Streets
- California Shakespeare Theater presents Shakespeare’s Othello, directed by Eric Ting September 14th- October 9th
- New theater groups focus on Shakespeare and WWI
- Complete Works: Table Top Shakespeare Will Be Live Streamed to the World
- Love’s Labor’s Lost by Old Globe (review)
- The Two Noble Kinsmen by Royal Shakespeare Company (review)
- Twelfth Night by Actors Ensemble of Berkeley (review)
- The Comedy of Errors by Nashville Shakespeare Festival (review)
- A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Russell T. Davies (review)
- A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Elm Shakespeare (review)
4:40 – should be “Age of Kings” not, “Age of King”
Stripes, written by Len Blum, Harold Ramis, and Daniel Goldberg; Columbia Pictures, 1981.
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