The Importance of Free Shakespeare

This weekend my son saw his second Shakespeare production. He is one year old. Despite my personal beliefs, I do not have some sort of miracle baby that can sit through a two-three hour production at the theatre. He loves to babble and smile at people and generally charm those around him. Adorable, but not … Continue reading The Importance of Free Shakespeare

Review: MacBeth by Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

Like debut director, Miranda McGee, I have a fondness for both Shakespeare and horror films, so I was particularly excited to see how her interpretation of MacBeth played out on the stage. The production was a little rough around the edges, but overall another triumph from the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. McGee chose a traditional setting … Continue reading Review: MacBeth by Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

A Winter’s Tale Review

As I settled into my seat in the Otto M. Budig theatre, I had no expectations about what A Winter’s Tale would be like. I had not read this play yet, nor seen it performed. I assumed it would be well done, as most Cincinnati Shakespeare Company productions are, but I had no idea how … Continue reading A Winter’s Tale Review

Scholar Out in the World: Romeo & Juliet Presented by Globe Actor

It's not often that we get the opportunity to see an actor from Shakespeare's Globe in London here in Cincinnati, Ohio, but we had that opportunity today. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company invited Scott Brooksbank from the Globe to present interactive retellings of Romeo & Juliet and Macbeth. I was fortunate enough to attend one of the … Continue reading Scholar Out in the World: Romeo & Juliet Presented by Globe Actor