the taming of the shrew
The Torn Out Theatre company’s naked production of “The Tempest” is back.
A green card marriage between a botanist and a researcher makes for a rocky love story in this update of "The Taming of the Shrew."
For a ZEALnyc wrap of Tony Awards 2016, visit: 2016 Tony Awards - Who Won and Who Should Have Won. With Janet McTeer as Petruchio
Ekaterina Krysanova makes us wonder: Is "Taming Of The Shrew" feminist or nah?
Kiss me, Kate is classic Cole Porter! Originally premiering in 1948, the musical won five Tony awards and undoubtedly was the show that propelled Cole Porter into the spotlight.
"Why would a card-carrying feminist spend all her time with a dead white male?" Why, indeed? The answer can be found in Women of Will, Tina Packer's exploration of women in the Shakespearean canon.
The Shakespeare comedy has a somewhat misogynistic premise: The title "shrew" (an ill-tempered scolding woman) finds love
6. "The Taming of the Shrew" (1967) So many of the Burtons' dozen films together seemed to echo the real-life volatility
Everyone's been to Shakespeare in the Park or Shakespeare in a park, but few people have experienced Shakespeare in a drinking establishment.