A Third Way for Shakespeare: Sally Hales reviews Ellen McDougall’s vision of Othello.
A human being of diabolical character or qualities: Rebecca Latham reviews Annie Ryan’s new production of The White Devil.
And then there were none: Rosemary Waugh reviews the Globe’s Christmas show based on the stories of Hans Christian Andersen.
“Thou canst not touch the freedom of my mind.” Amy Borsuk reviews Lucy Bailey’s staging of John Milton’s Comus.
Sing-a-long Shakespeare: Amy Borsuk reviews the 60s sound of the Sam Wanamaker.
Caesar salad: Rosemary Waugh reviews John Wolfson’s depiction of a meeting between a Roman Emperor and Jesus Christ.
An atmospheric staging of The Tempest marks the end of Dominic Dromgoole’s time as Artistic Director of The Globe.
“Director Michael Longhurst energetically tackles all the perceived problems with the ‘problem play.’” Dave Fargnoli reviews Exeunt’s favourite Shakespeare.
A sad tale with a happy ending.
The significance of corsetry.
Hitting the high notes.
Poetry by candlelight.
Waiting for the axe to fall.