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Hamlet (Free For All) at Shakespeare Theatre Company

Shakespeare Theatre Company brings its
Summer Free For All program to life for a 29th season, this year reviving its
2018 production of Hamlet, originally directed by Michael Kahn and
remounted by Artistic Associate Craig Baldwin, and starring Michael Urie as the
title role. The show is a power-packed run at over 3 hours, but a scattered
performance from the cast and an incohesive design leaves the audience feeling
every minute of it.

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Love’s Labors Lost at The Folger Theater

For fans of Shakespeare’s comedies, Love’s
Labour’s Lost
should not be overlooked. Often brushed off as a draft for
Shakespeare’s later hits, there is joy and humor in this play that would be
criminal to dismiss. The performers in the Folger Theatre’s current production,
directed by Vivienne Benesch, rise to the challenge at every turn and carry the
audience along for a raucous and heartfelt ride.

The men of Navarre (l to r: Matt Dallal, Jack Schmitt, Joshua David Robinson, Zachary Fine) celebrate a momentous decision in Folger Theatre’s Love’s Labor’s Lost. On stage April 30 – June 9, 2019. Photo by Brittany Diliberto.Amanda N.

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Hamlet at Shakespeare Theatre Company

Madness in great ones must not unwatched go. By that logic, theatergoers should be rushing out to Shakespeare Theater Company for Michael Kahn’s production of Hamlet starring Michael Urie as the mad Danish prince. Disturbingly dystopian, albeit conceptually undercooked, this production marks the end of an era as Michael Kahn, the show’s director and the company’s long-standing artistic director, makes it his final production before retiring. Not without impressive performances given by the featured player and others,

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