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New Theatre Company’s “Macbeth” Comes Up Short

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist; Photo by Steven L. Sears. Every time I go to the theatre, every single time, I very much hope...

“The Comedy of Errors” Great Fun Despite Poor Reputation

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Written before he turned 30, The Comedy of Errors is just about universally regarded as one of William Shakespeare's...

“Richard III” Is Not Elysium’s Finest Hour

Elysium Conservatory Theatre has a good thing going. Under the redoubtable guidance of Aaron Ganz, their dramatic smorgasbords of movement, music and lighting overflow...

MACBETH @ Shakespeare by the Sea

There's no denying that Macbeth is a tour de force of a treatise on ambition (one of the Bard's strongest subjects), and it has...

ROMEO AND JULIET @ Elysium Conservatory Theatre

I was not looking forward to this play. I don't love Shakespeare as I once did, and I never thought much of Romeo and...

CYMBELINE @ Shakespeare by the Sea

Back when I was heavily into Shakespeare, I considered Othello one of the Bard's best. It's a classic tale of deceit and jealousy that...

Ceasar: The Culmination of 15 years at Casa 0101

By John Farrell It is a dream come true, but it took 15 years to be realized. Playwright Josefina López (Real Women have Curves) started the...

Twelfth Night Is One Laugh After Another

By John Farrell Twelfth Night is probably Shakespeare's funniest play. Maybe that is because, unlike his other comedies, it is really about nothing in particular. It is just...

Richard III: A Challenge Met

By John Farrell Long Beach Shakespeare Company may be small. Its Richard Goad Theatre up on Atlantic in north Long Beach is really a converted...

RLn THEATER Calendar: Aug. 28, 2014

Aug. 30 Makin' Wookiee Makin’Wookiee will take place from at 1 p.m. Aug. 30 at Cinemark at the Pike in Long Beach during the Long Beach...

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As a result of the nationwide solidarity marches, federal troops, under Department of Homeland Security control, have agreed to leave Portland. The...