Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Trump, Troilus, and Cressida by James Romm

“What, lost in the labyrinth of thy fury?” The question, which might be asked of a host of current political actors, is posed by a character almost three thousand years old; Thersites, o…

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'Troilus and Cressida' turns Central Park into a war zone by Joe Dziemianowicz

'Troilus and Cressida' blends love and war.

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Shakespeare in the Park Review: ‘Troilus and Cressida’ by Gordon Cox

Did Shakespeare really write “Troilus and Cressida”?  That’s fair to ask of a play with unlovely lovers, listless poetry, and a fractured plot that staggers from romantic …

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Theater Review: Can Troilus and Cressida Be Saved? by Jesse Green

There are some things that the Public Theater — founded as the Shakespeare Workshop in 1954 and known for most of its life as the New York Shakespeare Festival — can’t avoid. The occas…

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Review Roundup: The Public Theater's TROILUS and CRESSIDA by Review Roundups

Directed byDaniel Sullivan,Troilus and Cressidahad its official opening on August 9, 2016. This is the second of three productions in the 2016 Shakespeare in the Park season, which is produc…

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See the Opening of Troilus and Cressida at the Public Theater by Monica Simoes

Troilus and Cressida, the second show of the Public Theater’s free Shakespeare in the Park season, officially opened August 9 at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.

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BWW Review: Daniel Sullivan Directs a Crackling Good TROILUS AND CRESSIDA by Michael Dale

Shakespeare's seldom-performed wartime drama is set in contemporary times.

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Photo Coverage: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA Celebrates Opening Night in the Park! by Jennifer Broski

Directed byDaniel Sullivan,Troilus and Cressidabegan performances on Tuesday, July 19 and will run through Sunday, August 14. BroadwayWorld was there for opening night last night, and you ca…

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See What Critics Thought of Troilus and Cressida in Central Park by Robert Viagas

John Glover co-stars as Pandarus in the production directed by Daniel Sullivan.

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Review: Troilus And Cressida at by Charles Wright

Daniel Sullivan reinforces the anti-heroic themes of Shakespeare's text throughout the evening, debunking chivalric ideas and stressing the futility of war.

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Review: Troilus and Cressida

Shakespeare in the Park takes on the famously difficult Trojan War play.

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Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Troilus and Cressida review – searingly modern Shakespeare by Emma Brockes

Public Theater, New YorkThere is something deeply gratifying about seeing these characters, worn over centuries to archetypes, shaken into relevance by sheer force of performanceOne advantag…

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Review: ‘Troilus and Cressida,’ a Trojan War Love Story by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Daniel Sullivan’s staging of this relatively obscure Shakespeare play at the Delacorte Theater gets many things right.

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TROLIUS AND CRESSIDA - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Matthew Murray

In one corner: the corrupt government, which uses its chosen arm of force (given that its agents wear black Kevlar and wield powerful pistols, apparently the FBI) to impose its will via stif…

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'Troilus and Cressida': Theater Review by Frank Scheck

In the summer's second Shakespeare in the Park production, the Public Theater tackles this rarely performed play set during the Trojan War, with a cast that includes Louis Cancelmi, Corey St…

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