With “The Tempest,” “An Ideal Husband” and “To Kill a Mockingbird,” the Stratford Festival carries on a conversation about purity and forgiveness.
Gender inequality remains a problem, but it’s heartening to see playwrights and performers argue for more opportunities.
Set in a women’s prison, this production is the third and last installment of the director Phyllida Lloyd’s series of Shakespeare plays for Donmar Warehouse.
The British actress plays Prospero in an all-female “The Tempest,” her latest gender-switched Shakespeare production, set in a penitentiary.
The Royal Shakespeare Company is using a motion-capture process and other technology to make Ariel seem even more like a magical sprite.
Beginning this weekend, Mr. Snowden will appear in performances of the play at the Public Theater with Mr. Radcliffe, who plays a writer in the show.
The two will perform in “Privacy” at the Public Theater.