Once again, Bard on the Beach branches out beyond Shakespeare. This year we are treated to Aristophanes’s infamous, and contemporarily relevant, Lysistrata.
There’s an awful lot jammed into Shakespeare’s shortest tragic tale of greed, guilt, and murder, murder, and (big breath) more murder.
This year Bard is set in Vancouver, complete with mountain lion.
Riverdance helped celebrate its 20-year run with its opening performance at the Queen Elizabeth theatre last night.
Oh what a night! The Jersey Boys opens with a splash travelling back to the 1950s for the astonishing story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music is as fresh, and in many ways relevant, today as it was when it first graced the big screen.
It’s almost a given at Bard on the Beach that if Scott Bellis is involved it’s going to be a fun show. With Bellis at the director’s helm The Two Gentlemen of Verona is no exception.
The Merchant of Venice is a hard-hitting Shakespearian story of love and revenge.
If you thought Othello was cold, wait ‘til you get a load of King Leontes.
Director John Murphy sets his rendition of Much Ado About Nothing around a film set in Fellini era Italy and like most things film related, you can’t trust the paparazzi.