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DVD Review: ‘Macbeth’ (1971) – Criterion Collection

Macbeth 1971

If you are willing to trudge through the mire and muck, the pessimism and darkness, the grotesque and graphic violence, you’ll find a great artist and some of his best art. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Throne of Blood’ – The Criterion Collection


It’s the transplanting of the story to feudal Japan that makes it possibly the best film adaptation of Macbeth. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): “Macbeth” Starring Alan Cumming


In a stunning performance, the actor takes on all the roles in Shakespeare's Scottish Play. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Mansai Nomura’s Macbeth at the Japan Society

A cast of five tells an intense, streamlined version of the Scottish play. In Japanese, but I hardly noticed. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Macbeth at the Antaeus Company

A superior production of Macbeth, directed by Jessica Zubzansky and double cast, opens at the Antaeus Company in residence at the Deaf West Theatre. 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 »

Theatre Review (Stratford-on-Avon): Macbeth at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Not even the witches are what they seem in the RSC's latest production of the Scottish Play. 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 »

Theatre Review (Cedar City, UT): 2010 Summer Season of the Utah Shakespearean Festival

Another successful season at the Utah Shakespearean Festival, with a look ahead. Read More »

Book Review: Haunt Me Still by Jennifer Lee Carrell

Murder, mystery, and Shakespeare in the vein of Dan Brown. Read More »