War is like love; it always finds a way. Seventy-five years after it was first written, Bertolt Brecht’s classic anti-war play feels more vital and
For never was there a tale of more woe-than Juliet and her Romeo… Romeo and Juliet is not one of my favorite plays by the
This Romeo and Juliet opens with a bang- literally. We’re immediately focused on a huge bell, center stage; a live white dove captures our attention.
On February 21st, 6:30 p.m. the doors were opened to the main hall to welcome guests to one of two of the Folger Shakespeare Library’s
“Everything is collapsing and transforming deep inside the picture.” Per Kirkeby Per Kirkeby is the most famous artist many people have never heard of. Highly