Saturday Aug 9
Gamut Theatre explores Shakespeare's violent side in thrilling stage-combat showcase: review
Tara Herweg, left, and Kathryn Miller prepare to cross swords in a scene from Gamut Theater Group's Shakespearean stage-combat showcase, "Fight 'Til the Last Gasp: Cry Havoc!" Shakespeare is famed for dialogue that is sharper than a serpent's tooth, but it glints even more keenly when the swords and knives come out.
Carleton's Summer Humanities Institute to Screen the National...
Wednesday, August 6 at 7 p.m., the Weitz Center for Creativity Cinema will feature a not-to-be-missing screening of the National Theatre Live broadcast of Shakespeare's "Coriolanus."
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Ira Glass on Shakespeare
"This American Life" host Ira Glass provoked this horrified reaction when he t weeted perhaps the ultimate example of the "#confessyourunpopularopinion" hashtag : " Same thing with the great Mark Rylance shows this yr: fantastic acting, surprisingly funny, but Shakespeare is not relatable, unemotional."
Hip Shot: Coriolanas
They Say: Valor is the mark of Caius Marcius, but will all accept the rise of female power? As friends become foes, this lonely dragon enters a hunt that could empower all.
Movie Review: The Invisible Woman
PERHAPS the title captures it best. That's exactly what this tale is about. It's set a few centuries back and yet, for many, this type of scenario hasn't changed.