Review: Timon of Athens

Canary Wharf, the business sector of London, high-flying men and women gathering at Lord Timon’s table, impressed once more at this great man’s generosity. Yet his well-intentioned steward looks on in dismay at the lavish feast and expensive gifts being lavished upon these guests. That is the (updated) premise of Shakespeare’s little known Timon of … More Review: Timon of Athens

Review: Hamlet

It pained me to say that I had never seen a production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet on stage. I’ve studied it several times, seen the Branagh film, and more recently, the Tennant version, but until this summer, I’d never seen those powerful words placed in their true home. Thank goodness I waited so long. The touring … More Review: Hamlet