Today in the city Stratford 26.06.2017
Celebrities Share What They Really Think About Canada

Celebrities, they really like us!To celebrate Canada's upcoming 150th birthday, a slew of celebs recorded a video message for Canucks, explaining what they really thought of the Great White North.Sele...



Review: Stunning translation of Euripidean tragedy leaves Stratford Festival audience with chills

Bakkhai, a new version of Euripides’s tragedy about wine, women and wildness is a production theatregoers will be talking about for a long, long time


'Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood' Might Be In England And Not The U.S.

DYMOCK, England — The woods were cool, a welcome balm on a hot day. Shafts of sunlight poured through the canopy. Slowly, I walked down a track thick with long-fallen leaves. And then I found it. It...


Review: Stratford’s School for Scandal anchored by a deep cast

The Stratford Festival’s artistic director directs R.B. Sheridan’s 1777 play and draws out several parallels with 2017 society


Review: Strong performances anchor the politically apt Timon of Athens

At the Stratford Festival, the rarely produced Shakespearean oddity feels entirely in keeping with our own age of extremes


Review: Stratford Festival dusts the cobwebs off Romeo and Juliet

Director Scott Wentworth takes a different approach to the teenage lovers’ connection, making an overly familiar tragedy feel brand new


Review: Stratford Festival’s staging of HMS Pinafore distracts from musical wit

Good performances are buried under a confusing production directed by Lezlie Wade and choreographed by Kerry Gage


Review: Stratford Festival kicks off with dreary take on Twelfth Night

Director Martha Henry pumps up the drama in what is usually the most reliably funny of Shakespeare’s plays


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