“Romeo and Juliet” is one of Shakespeare’s greatest known tragedies. This is both a blessing and a curse for theater companies. The show has great name recognition, but hasn’t it already been, ahem, “done to death?” According to several critics, Ten Thousand Things Theater Company’s latest production appears to prove that there is still gold Read more

Winona’s Great River Shakespeare Festival draws actors from across the globe each summer to stage the bard’s classic works. This year,  the festival’s 10th season, organizers hope to lure a lot more Minnesota audiences, too. The company is staging performances of King Henry V and Twelfth Night. King Henry V is essentially a meditation on leadership and Read more