For the next three weekends, that gorgeous lobby of the Atlas Performing Arts Center will truly come alive as musicians, dancers, actors, and poets join with their audiences to celebrate their individuality and commonality with INTERSECTIONS: A New America Arts Festival. This is a major festival, with 21 events on the opening weekend alone. We […]
Archives for February 19, 2010
It is 1397, and Richard II (Michael Hayden) is about to undergo one of the greatest falls in the history of England, told here with exceptional lucidity by Shakespeare Theatre.
A Theatregoer’s Guide to the English Monarchs (Post-Hastings) as compiled by Tim Treanor Poets, madmen, geniuses, buffoons — the monarchs of England seem to have been designed for playwrights. Here’s a list of them, their entrances and exits, and how our playwrights (and other artists) made art from them.