Murder and madness in HAMLET at the Old Globe

Shakespeare’s HAMLET is so ubiquitous that it seems amazing that there are still so many unexplored ways to present this story of revenge of the Prince of Denmark. Yet, the Old Globe brings a smart, imaginative, and powerful version to their San Diego stage that you don’t want to miss. Grantham Coleman carries the title…

RICHARD II at the The Old Globe

Power and ruling is a shifty thing – everyone thinks they know better than the current person in charge about what the people want, and knows they can be a better ruler than the current one. The currency of power is always changing hands, but it’s the how and why the power transfers that is…

Lush and lyrical, LOVE’S LABOR’S LOST is a winner

Nothing is more full of drama, grandiose and misbegotten plans, and over-the-top moments than youth.  That time when life is lush and full of possibilities, and every wonderfully absurd idea or feeling is the best idea or feeling in the world.  This is what the production of LOVE’S LABOR’S LOST delivers at the Old Globe…