By Rita Bratovich
Titus Andronicus was Shakespeare’s first tragedy and it makes Game Of Thrones look like Sesame Street!
Written in line with the … Read more
The Leftovers Collective are pushing the boundaries and releasing an original artform which combines social experiments and classic works.
Genderfication explores the social norms of … Read more
Rose Riley has taken on the unenviable role of Lady Anne in Shakespeare’s Richard 3, which opens the 2017 Bell Shakespeare season.
Lady Anne knows … Read more
Bell Shakespeare and Griffin Theatre Company are bringing a 350-year-old French play kicking and screaming into the 21st century. The Literati, penned by acclaimed … Read more
Whether you’re a Shakespeare fanatic or a newbie, you’ve surely heard the famous “to be or not to be” line.
Damien Ryan’s production of Hamlet… Read more
John Bell directs his last play for the company he founded almost 25 years ago, and aptly it is The Tempest, debatably Shakespeare’s last … Read more
A grifter charms his way into an elite household by convincing them that he is a messenger of God. The master of the house is … Read more
The Winter’s Tale’s main plot was originally taken from Robert Greene‘s pastoral romance Pandosto, published in 1588, and is one of Shakespeare’s lesser-known plays. … Read more
The idea of a Shakespeare play brought into contemporary culture using Kings Cross nightlife as a backdrop would surely have Big Will turning in his … Read more
It is widely acknowledged that the rationale for an individual’s love of all things Shakespearean boils down to the poetic word craft and hyperbolic execution.… Read more