Chris gives a “tight five” intro to the comedy about fairies, lovers, and community theater actors
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.
Four lords forswear the sight of women, but which one will break first?
The Bastard becomes a hero, and de facto king.
Chris joins the long-running adaptation of Shakespeare’s songs and sonnets.
Chris gets another shot at the Dane
As Leontes, Chris is sucker punched by the green-eyed monster and tailspins into murderous tyranny.
The Illinois Shakespeare Festival completes its 37th season lineup with Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra, which opened July 13. According to [press notes](http://thefestival.org/shows/Antony_Cleopatra.shtml): Shakespeare’s epic portrayal of Mark Antony’s intoxication with the stunning Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt. Drunk with passion, the Roman war hero and leader neglects his duties back home, ignores prophecies, and enrages his…
Des McAnuff’s production of Shakespeare’s Henry V, opens tonight at the Stratford Festival. It’s the 60th anniversary of Stratford’s first opening night — Alec Guinness as Dickie Crookback in Richard III, directed by Tyrone Guthrie. Our show (starring Aaron Krohn as Hank Cinq) is unbelievably huge. An enormous drawbridge, cast of nearly 40, live musicians,…