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CONTRA-TIEMPO: Agua Furiosa

The L.A. dance troupe’s new piece remakes Shakespeare’s Tempest with a Latin flair
Darko Tresnjak

Curtain Call: Director Darko Tresnjak Gives Shakespeare the Musical Treatment

Tresnjak is back in Southern California with a new production of Cole Porter’s Shakespearean musical Kiss Me, Kate

Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival

The Independent Shakespeare Company presents family-friendly productions and theater workshops, giving new meaning to a midsummer night’s dream

The Tempest

Watch Shakespeare’s play come to life in a new way—with the “smoky feel” of Florida in the 1920s. Enjoy a night of seduction and tension with a unique take...

The Tempest

Watch Shakespeare’s play come to life in a new way—with the “smoky feel” of Florida in the 1920s. Enjoy a night of seduction and tension with a unique take...

The Tempest

Watch Shakespeare’s play come to life in a new way—with the “smoky feel” of Florida in the 1920s. Enjoy a night of seduction and tension with a unique take...

Curtain Call: William Shakespeare and Tom Waits Make Not-So-Strange Bedfellows

A new adaptation of The Tempest adds magic and movement in a way that Shakespeare might have loved

Curtain Call: Tim Robbins Brings Shakespeare Back to L.A. After Taking it to China and Italy

A Midsummer Night’s Dream with 14 actors playing Puck is just the start

Curtain Call: TV Good Guy Richard Thomas Tackles One of the Bard’s Most Villainous Characters

Don't cut off Iago in traffic; he'll follow you home and destroy your car

Curtain Call: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with Puppets? The Puppeteers from “War Horse” Have it All in Hand

Talking to the Bristol Old Vic’s Tom Morris on whether or not the puppets would have offended the Bard