This category concentrates on productions of the bard's plays around the world, and all aspects of Shakespearean theatre.
An experience centered on the passion and poetry of the spoken word, with live music, hand-crafted period costumes, and outrageous sword fights.
Facilitates research into Shakespeare as a European phenomenon, as well as the afterlives of the man and his work on the European Continent and in Britain.
Built in 1935, as part of the California Pacific International Exposition, for the presentation of abridged versions of Shakespeare's plays, the Globe is San Diego's largest arts institution and among the nation's top-ranked regional theatres.
Promoting activities that encourage people to see Shakespeare's work as works of theatre to be experienced, not simply as works of dramatic literature to be read.
A guide to Shakespeare productions in London, UK.
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