"Merchant of Venice" The Way It Should Be
The Hawaii Shakespeare Festival closes out its summer season
with an especially clear production of "Merchant of Venice."
Even the ...
Veteran Actor Mead Superb in Difficult Role
The Hawaii Shakespeare Festival's long-anticipated production of
"The Merchant of Venice" is excellent theatre. Director Linda
Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice is not often performed.
There is simply no way to get away from the strident
anti-Semitism expressed by the ...
Merchant of Mirth
The Summer Shakespeare Festival closes its seventh season with a
beautifully costumed and surprisingly funny production of "The
"Merchant" Opens Big
"Merchant of Venice" cast members
... took time to change out of their Elizabethan-era costumes
before coming out to meet the audience ...
Watching the Hawaii Shakespeare Festival's well-executed
production of "Henry V," it's easy to see why some of
Shakespeare's "history plays" ...
A 'Henry V' With a Gender Difference
Director and producer Tony Pisculli says the reason for using an
all-female cast for Henry V was "to give local female actors a
shot at a broader range ...
La Femme Henry V
Director Tony Pisculli continues his practice of casting all
women in his productions for the Hawaii Shakespeare Festival
with his upcoming ...
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Meets Shakespeare
It was an auspicious beginning to my night at the Summer
Shakespeare production of "Henry V." Sitting right in front of
me was a young boy ...
Once More Unto the Breach
This quotable quote from the middle of Henry V is an apt
motto for the play itself. Kenneth Branagh's epic film brought
Shakespeare back onto the ...
Othello Excellent at Marks
Todd Coolidge (Iago), Jessica Ciufo (Desdemona) and Derrick
Brown (Othello) came out to meet the crowd after opening the
2008 Hawaii Shakespeare ...
Othello Could Use More Power, Passion
With the classic tragedy "Othello," the opening play in the
seventh annual Hawaii Shakespeare Festival, Scott Rogers directs
in a blend of styles ...
Notes on Othello
Shakespeare did not oversee the publication of any of his plays.
He wrote for the stage not the page. Thus, the first recorded
performance of ...