Shakes./Classical (10)

Open run Sleep No More 779 reviews
86 Overall Score

A unique award-winning theatrical event: a site-specific Macbeth-meets-Hitchcock performance piece by Britain's Punchdrunk.

Ends Dec 02 Trump Lear 23 reviews
84 Overall Score

From the team behind 'David Carl's Celebrity One-Man Hamlet' comes this new Shakespeare-inspired solo show, with Carl forced to play Trump as King Lear—for Trump himself!

Open run Drunk Shakespeare 371 reviews
82 Overall Score

An actor drinks heavily (in the vein of Comedy Central's 'Drunk History') and then tries to corral others into enacting a story by the Bard.

Ends May 10 Valor, Agravio y Mujer 14 reviews
82 Overall Score

Repertorio Español's 50th season kicks off with the U.S. premiere of this 17th-century Spanish comedy, a parody of the erotic myth of Don Juan.

Ends Dec 03 Oedipus El Rey 84 reviews
81 Overall Score

The Public Theater and the Sol Project present this new take on the classic Greek tragedy, set in South Central LA.

Previews start Nov 29 Twelfth Night (Classic Stage C... 2 reviews
93 Overall Score

Fiasco Theater brings their hallmark style and expansive imagination to one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies in Classic Stage Company's production.

Ends Jan 28 Junk Shakespeare 1 reviews
80 Overall Score

A family-friendly version of the hit show 'Drunk Shakespeare,' this new comedy combines a classic Shakespeare play with extreme food challenges - trying to discover the original intent of William Shakespeare.

Previews start Nov 26 The Winter's Tale (Mobile Shak... 0 reviews
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The Public Theater’s Mobile Unit presents Shakespeare's late romance about the scourge of jealousy and the power of forgiveness.

Opens Dec 09 The Merry Wives of Windsor (Ha... 0 reviews
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Hamlet Isn't Dead presents a holiday-themed take on Shakespeare's ribald comedy featuring the outrageous and irrepressible John Falstaff. 

Opens Nov 30 Follies in Titus 0 reviews
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Teatro Patologico (Pathological Theater), re-imagines Shakespeare's 'Titus Andronicus,' retelling the bard's bloodiest and most violent work through the voices of the patients of a psychiatric hospital.