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Theater in the Around Rules(?)

Immersive, site-specific, interactive--call it what you will--it's here but maybe not to stay.

On Rehearsal

It is impossible to discover anything if you believe you already know what it is.

Short Subject Time

Are the boots too kinky? Or not kinky enough? Plus, other eternal questions.

5 Questions: Tom Gualtieri On “That Play” (Psst! A Solo “Macbeth”)

If you're not having fun playing the most tragic characters in the theatre, you're doing it wrong.

Company’s Marathon: All Shakespeare, All the Time

Members of the public join actors in NYC back-to-back reading of Shakespeare's plays.

Will Richard’s Bones Rattle Juicy Play?

How will William Shakespeare history get over new (pun intended) hump?

Richard II’s Federalist Tea Party

The Federalist Society goes to the theater... and free-associates.

Court Order Keeps D.C.’s Shakespeare Theatre Company at Home

January hearing to further clarify regional Tony-winner's status with Lansburgh Theatre.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Stephen Mo Hanan

Why all of King Lear's violence is verbal.

Philistinism in the UK: Artists Banning Artists

Part II in a two-part series on the harassment of Israeli theatre company Habima at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.

Philistinism in the UK: Hooligans Amongst the Groundlings

Part I in a two-part series on the harassment of Israeli theatre company Habima at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.

Social Media Goes ‘Avant-Bard’ at American Shakespeare Center

Discussion and debate, tweeting, and the Bard.

Gorilla Rep — Thank You, Shakespeare! — Lands on ABC News

"I get multimillionaires and homeless people and everyone in between and they all laugh at the same things."

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Steven Cole Hughes

Says Hughes, "Does flying around enhance or illuminate the text in any way? If not, we don't do it."

Politicians Act! “Will on the Hill” Returns to DC’s Shakespeare Theatre

Scenes from Shakespeare starring members of Congress, media personalities and DC insiders.

PR Guru Tells Indie Theaters: When the RSC Arrives, Make the...

"The Brits may do 'proper' Shakespeare," says one PR guru, "but New York companies do it kick-ass."

Stage Director Re-Launches Auction to Tattoo Arm for Shakespeare

Got $5 million to spare? You could help produce every Shakespeare play during 2012.

Is the Public Theater Replying to Isherwood’s Shakespeare Slam?

A new initiative makes you wonder if the New York Times second-string theater critic had an effect.

Heretic’s Foundation XVIII: Goats and Monkeys

Why would the man from Stratford visit the small Italian town of Bassano, far off the usual tourist trail?
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?