First public reading of Joshua Fardon’s new comedy about Shakespeare, forgery, deceit and the value of art
How do four writers collaborate on an accessible holiday show? And what happens to the manuscript?
Starbuck is Hamlet-like in pursuit of Ahab’s white whale.
Chris gives a “tight five” intro to the comedy about fairies, lovers, and community theater actors
Chris takes a shot at the famous consulting detective for this holiday special.
Shakespeare and the Saint—Revived
Chris covers the
father to a line of kings at Chicago Shakespeare
Four folks using Shakespeare’s songs and sonnets to find love
Chris puts on the motley in this J.R. Sullivan-helmed production.
Two British Quaker women suffer imprisonment by the Inquisition on the island of Malta. Chris plays the prime prosecutor for Artemisia.
The Poet and the Martyr
Four lords forswear the sight of women, but which one will break first?
In a new twist, Chris plays the romantic hero and doesn’t order the murder in this one
The short film will be distributed internationally and on TV this summer
The Bastard becomes a hero, and de facto king.
Chris joins the long-running adaptation of Shakespeare’s songs and sonnets.
A reading of Paul Lewis’s new play The Names, concerning a Jewish opera star defending her sister in World War II Milan.
Chris gets another shot at the Dane