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Graphic Novel Review: ‘Family Ties’ by Eric Hobbs and Noel Tuazon


“King Lear” re-writ as “An Alaskan Crime Drama.” Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘King Lear’ by Seattle Shakespeare Company

Dan Kremer and Michael Winters in Seattle Shakespeare Company’s production of “King Lear.” Photo by John Ulman.

It's not enough for a production of 'King Lear' to be merely diverting. Read More »

DVD Review: Slings & Arrows: The Complete Collection

Slings & Arrows is a backstage theatre comedy full of dark humor and pathos, with a brilliant cast. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘King Lear’ with Derek Jacobi

Derek Jacobi (King Lear) and Pippa Bennett-Warner (Cordelia) in the Donmar Warehouse production of KING LEAR. Photo: John Persson

Directed by Michael Grandage, this lean and muscular staging sucks Shakespeare's most titanic tragedy down to its essence. Read More »

Brooding Over the Bard

Why I hate Shakespeare's plays. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Slings & Arrows – The Complete Collection

Funny and touching, this well-acted television series works for everyone, Shakespeare fan or not. Read More »

Egeus: Thoughts on Some Shakespearian Fathers and Daughters

Fathers and daughters in some of Shakespeare's plays. Read More »

Graphic Novel Reviews: City in Peril, The Storm in the Barn and King Lear

Yet another poke in the eye to those who think graphic novels are infantile and trite. Read More »