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‘Wallenstein’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company by Jessica Vaughan

In its American premiere, Friedrich Schiller’s Wallenstein by Shakespeare Theatre Company is a tour-de-force, surprisingly funny, sharp, and shattering. It’s paired with their excellent Coriolanus in what they’re calling the ‘Hero/Traitor Repertory.’ Who can take credit for this brilliant production? The playwright, Schiller, deserves a lot for his political savvy, humor, and flair for drama. He’s considered to be ‘The German […]

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