Latest Shakespearean comedies Stories
By ROBERT NOTT I "Shakespeare like you've never seen it performed before" -- that's how director John Flax describes Grottesco's 12th Night, the local theater ensemble's take on the Bard's well-known romantic comedy of errors, Twelfth Night.
By IRIS FANGER Theater review The Forest of Arden has been set down in the midst of the Boston Common with much more than "a hey and a ho and a hey nonino," in a near-perfect production of "As You Like It," this summer's offering of Free Shakespeare.
By Rachael Bogert, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Jul.
By Michael Grossberg, The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Jul. 18--No theater company should be expected to solve all -- or even most -- of the tricky issues in one of Shakespeare's most difficult "problem" plays.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.