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On Thursday, the Public Theater and WNYC Studios debut Romeo y Julieta — a bilingual reimagining of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet.
Photo by Joan Marcus. Pictured: Rebecca Naomi Jones and Enver Gjokaj
Excellent cause aside, we regret to inform you that Shake Shack has jumped on the unicorn bandwagon.
One shocked audience member says that when Caesar is stabbed, "blood was spewing everywhere."
The Public Theater renewed its Mobile Shakespeare Unit this summer, this time bringing their production of Richard III to community centers, army bases, homes for the elderly and prisons across the metropolitan area.
The Elevator Repair Service's enthralling stage adaptation of The Great Gatsby is returning to the Public Theater in March for a limited seven week run of 28 performances.
A nondescript man enters an empty, shabby office, flicks on the dreary
Kevin Yatarola Foreign correspondents have been on the endangered species list
In The Brothers Size, three shirtless black men struggle for scraps of
The Summer of Love is back, and taking over New York for
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