Tag: Shakespeare

TCU LGBT alumni group forms

Organizer says school has been helpful, supportive in forming group for gay graduates DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com There are some schools that are — or have been — affiliated with religious institutions...

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‘The Tempest’ tonight at the Wyly

DTC delivers Shakespeare like no other There are several such gasp-inducing moments in his staging of The Tempest, starting with the opening scene, set on an airplane instead of a boat. As the wizard Prospero (Chamblee...

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Shakespeare Fest offers ‘Cyrano’ tonight

A break from the Shakes To mix it up this season, Shakespeare Dallas has thrown in Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac. It is a somewhat puzzling addition. Rostand wrote it about 300 years after Shakespeare; although written in...

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Shakespeare Gets Gay Military Treatment

William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet gets a modern treatment in Private Romeo, the story of star-crossed male lovers who are both soldiers in training at a military academy.  Advocate.com: Daily...

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Thanespotting

I hate to have to say it, but I am so over Shakespeare. It was my college major, and theaters do it with the regularity of The Nutcracker at Christmastime, and frankly, I’m barded out. Which is not to say I am directing my...

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Let’s make one thing Lear

Last month, Britain’s National Theatre broadcast the (sort of) live production of its stage version of Fela!, a musical about the African musician and activist who eventually died of AIDS. The same service now presents a very...

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