Summer: The Shakespeare Season

Friday, July 08, 2011

Adam Feldman, theater critic at Time Out New York, discusses regional summer Shakepeare productions. Check out the list below for links to local Shakespeare fun and feel free to add a comment if we missed your company!

Adirondack Shakespeare Company | Boomerang Theater Company | Brave New World Repertory Theater  | Classical Theater of Harlem | Curious Frog Theater | Hip to Hip Theater Company | Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival | Hudson Warehouse | Inwood Shakespeare Festival|Manhattan Shakespeare Project | New York Classical Theater | Pulse Ensemble Theater | Resonance Ensemble  | Royal Shakespeare Company | Shakespeare in Central Park | Shakespeare in the Parking Lot | Shakespeare on the Sound | Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey | Theater 2020


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Comments [2]

Debbie from Brooklyn

Smith Street Stage
Carroll Park, Brooklyn

July 13-17 & 18-24, 7pm
Bring your own seating

The production features only 9 cast members. There are live musicians. The cast includes a Radio City Rockette, several actors from Stella Adler, and other classically trained actors.

F to Carroll Street

Jul. 08 2011 03:16 PM
Ed from Larchmont

Have any of these productions adjusted their presentations in light of the new evidence that argues that Shakespeare was not just from a Catholic family, but was a devout Catholic, supportive of recusant Catholics, and that his work stems at least in part from the religious persecution he and his fellow Catholics faced?

Jul. 08 2011 08:16 AM

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