What if Juliet wasn’t dead when Romeo returned to Verona? What if she was sleeping with another man instead? That’s the premise behind How to Stab a Curtain, a two-act comedic twist on the works of Shakespeare from the founders of Threatless Theatre.
The Highland Creek library bustled with animated adaptations of Shakespearean plays recently. The library is one of 30 to host the Shakespeare for Kids Library Club, a kids literacy program created by Shakespeare in Action, a professional theatre company bringing the playwright’s works to young people across Ontario.
The Scarborough Players literally rolled out the red carpet for the opening night of Ken Ludwig’s play, Shakespeare in Hollywood.