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‘Macbeth’ at Villanova Theatre at Villanova University

More than four hundred years after Shakespeare wrote it, Macbeth remains a potent play. Its tale of how the lust for power corrupts is timeless, made even more enduring by some of the most legendary lines in English literature. It’s hard to go wrong with a classic play that just about everybody knows, even if […]

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Matthew R. Wilson (Hamlecchino). Photo by C. Stanley Photography.

‘Hamlecchino’ at Faction of Fools by Natalie McCabe

Something may be rotten in the state of Denmark, but energy is high and comedy very much alive in Faction of Fools’ current production, Hamlecchino, which takes Shakespeare’s Hamlet and reinvents it as a Commedia dell’Arte play. In Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet has been summoned from his studies due to his father’s untimely death. When he returns to his […]

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The women of 'Nautical Yards.' Photo courtesy of Force/Collision.

‘The Nautical Yards’ at Force/Collision by Amanda Gunther

A mystical journey awaits you in the waters of Yards Park. Water mythology, wartime, love and loss, all of this is intricately intertwined into the devised site-specific water ballet/theatrical performance The Nautical Yards presented by Force/Collision. A picturesque pond in the park with a bridge and vast rolling hill; a green field leading down to […]

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