Cue the dusk and the balmy breezes. It’s time for open-air plays and concerts in New York.
Category Archives: Twelfth Night (Play)
Selections from the warm-weather season, including Shakespeare favorites and new plays and musicals in development.
The Acting Company’s production, which runs through May 27 at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center, nods to violence and hits the play’s grimmer notes.
For the first time, a production from Public Works, the Public Theater’s participatory theater program, will be part of the free summer shows in Central Park.
Fiasco Theater’s agreeable production of a much-performed play finds the clarity in a comedy of confusion.
The renowned Canadian repertory theater shows off a versatile troupe of actors in plays as varied as “Timon of Athens” and “Guys and Dolls.”
Lauren Gunderson’s “The Book of Will,” making part of its rolling world premiere, finds drama in family relationships and Renaissance publishing.
The Public Theater’s Mobile Unit winds up its five-borough tour of Shakespeare’s comedy about mistaken identity.
Professional and amateur actors and civic and cultural groups join in this contemporary musical adaptation from the Public Works program by the Public Theater.
Mr. Rylance’s portrayal in “Twelfth Night” is, hands down, our chief theater critic’s favorite Shakespeare performance. The actor tells us how he developed the role.