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Antaeus Theatre Company’s ‘As You Like It’ Finds Its Groove

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Adam J. Smith's amped, hi-fi comedy of Touchstone, Abigail Marks' Celia and Tony Amendola's, Jacques turn around a lackluster commencement of one of Shakespeare's greatest comedies, for a thoroughly resonant and delightful finale... Continue Reading →

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Loft Ensemble Announces 2017-18 Season

Loft Ensemble is offering six shows to celebrate its sixth season including three world premieres, Pulitzer and Kennedy Center Award dramas, and a modern red versus blue politically bent version of Shakespeare's timeless classic Romeo and Juliet. Aug 12 -... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF17 Hamlet ¿Estás o no estás? Review

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move ​ Hamlet ¿Estás o no estás? by Victor Grovas (and William Shakespeare) and directed by Ricardo Servin turns Shakespeare's Hamlet Prince of Denmark on its ear in an apocalyptic, absurd, contemporary drama that... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF17 Roughly Hamlet Review

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Hamlet on the verge of a nervous breakdown...or Hurricane Hamlet.  Either way, it's an experience from its circular front to back. Aptly named, Roughly Hamlet, based on William Shakespeare's Hamlet, and adapted and... Continue Reading →

Porters of Hellsgate’s Pericles

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move It's a family affair. The Porters of Hellsgate would like you to embrace their presentation of Shakespeare and  Wilkins' Pericles (Pericles Prince of Tyre), directed by Charles Pasternak, as a story that speaks directly to Syrian... Continue Reading →

One Audition Book to Rule Them All

In the world of performing arts, one audition trumps them all when it comes to sweating palms and butterflies in the stomach – the dreaded Shakespeare speech. Casting Director Donna Soto-Morettini remembers her first Shakespeare monologue…because who could forget it?... Continue Reading →

King Lear is ‘Undaunted’ at LOFT Ensemble

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "Nothing fools you better than the lie you tell yourself." Shakespeare's 2nd greatest fool seemed somewhat absent in LOFT Ensemble's current production of King Lear. And in fact, upon discussion and mild research,... Continue Reading →

Stratford HD Kicks Off Stage-to-Screen Series April 24th

This year's debut also coincides with the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's passing and celebrates his legacy. . The Stratford Festival, North America’s leading classical theatre company, today announced its 2016 U.S. schedule of high-definition theater screenings of the Festival’s critically acclaimed productions of Shakespeare’s... Continue Reading →

Take the “Shakespeare Insult Challenge” : Help a Theatre Company

"Don’t be a bolting-hutch of beastliness!" It's not easy being a  hilarious, classically trained, highly accomplished, cooperative theater ensemble of actors who work frequently on TV, film and Broadway and who founded a theatre company to celebrate and reinvigorate the classics!... Continue Reading →

Shakespeare’s Last Night Out at Three Clubs on Vine

“Thou must, in this pregnant hour, with haste and wit, and whilst thou hast advantage, get thee to London (or at least to a bigger venue)!  Else content thyself with churlish critics and render bootless thy wordly strength. Dispatch!” If ever... Continue Reading →

Eclectic Company’s Summer Fling with Richard III

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move This being my first visit to Eclectic Company Theatre, Richard III seemed like a great start to an eventful Summer theatre season, which, this year, boasted a dirge of classical indoor and outdoor... Continue Reading →

Independent Shakespeare Rocks Romeo and Juliet at Griffith Park

by Tracey Paleo Gia On The Move @IndyShakes returns to Griffith Park this Summer with Shakespeare’s most famous play about teenage folly as it’s season opener. The emotional knee-jerk characteristics of tween/teens are thoroughly captured in this production by a... Continue Reading →

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