Tag Archives: Harriet Walter

The Tempest Turned Upside Down In Brooklyn

Originally published on The Culture Trip View this story online The struggles to control people and the situations surrounding them, and the dynamics between masters and those they enslave, are integral to Shakespeare’s canon—as they are to American citizens these … Continue reading


“I Was Fed Up” — The 180-Degree Decision to Stage Shakespeare With Only Women

Originally published on Playbill.com View this story online If New York theatregoers can’t snag a ticket to see the Donmar Warehouse production of Henry IV at St. Ann’s Warehouse, they needn’t despair: The cast members will most likely be easy … Continue reading