Tag Archives: Performances
I swear, I don’t go looking for these things, they just find me: Best Shakespeare productions: What’s your favourite Coriolanus? Obviously, I disagree with the writer’s conclusion. How I wish I had been able to see some of the others!
The Tony nominations are out, and Twelfth Night has nabbed seven nominations, including Best Revival of a Play, Best Direction, and FOUR Best Actor nods. The production, which ran in New York from November 10 2013 to February 16 2014, was … Continue reading
BBC Two will be producing a second series of The Hollow Crown comprising(1) Henry VI, Parts I, II, and III, and Richard III. Wikipedia has slightly more detail than The BBC. Seriously, BBC. I acknowledge that the Cumberbatch is big right … Continue reading
I was intending to discuss this play in depth and then move on to a review of the DVD, but this performance was so damn good I need to talk about it NOW. The recording I am talking about is … Continue reading
English King, Pacific Profile I wish this piece had more detail. Why it was done at all? (While it is being presented by the National Theater of China, it is being performed in New York. Is it a tour?) It would have … Continue reading
Before I get started on the particulars, I would like to put in a word of praise for NTLive. I had no idea this program(me) was available before I saw Coriolanus, and I am absolutely in love with it. I have … Continue reading