Isthmus has posted a review of Richard the Second, saluting the production as “a fresh and timely examination of regime change and revolt.” Tickets are available for the remainder of the run.
Media manipulation. Executive overreach. A populist uprising that takes down a leader with tons of experience but serious image liabilities. Is this 1399, or 2017? Directed by Christopher William Wolter, Richard the Second performs at Broom Street Theater through March … Continued
Madison Shakespeare toasted the Bard in style as part of the global “Shakespeare 400” celebration, marking 400 years since William Shakespeare died on April 23, 1616. The revels started on Friday April 22 at Madison Children’s Museum with Adult Swimmeth. MSC staged … Continued