Shakespeare

23 Jun 2011

Much Ado About Lebowski

Everybody loves The Dude. But what about a Shakespearian version of The Dude? This weekend marks your last chance to see The Dude as The Knave in the the amazing spectacle of a performance  Much Ado About Lebowski at CellSpace. Back by popular demand from it’s opening last year, the…

Heidi Smith - The Ultimate Scavenger 2
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31 May 2011

Tonight! Drink a Beer, Enjoy FREE Theater

Traditional theater is great, but it’s lacking in a variety of ways. Plays are expensive, and they often run really long. The audience is frequently populated with the well-to-do and the snobby, and if you get wasted, they’ll kick you out. Fortunately, thanks to FunCheapSF, I’ve learned of a solution:…

Sarah M. Smart - Red-Light Special 0
10 Feb 2011

A Guide to NYC Subway Performers

Living in this city, we’re constantly being bombarded with sights and sounds both pleasant and grating. We’re essentially being entertained 24/7. No wonder our attention span is in such a sad state of affairs. Subway performers are a daily distraction most of us take for granted, just another one of…

Laura S - Spendthrift Scribe 0
04 Sep 2010

Get Cultured Outdoors – Shakespeare in the Park

You can tell summer has finally reached the foggy ole city by the bay when Billy Shakespeare and his crew roll into town. Starting today and running through Sunday, September 26th, the professional theater troupe will be performing “Two Men of Verona” for FREE!!! This version of the comedy is…

Alison Lambert - Half Price Headliner 0
05 Aug 2010

Free and Classy – “Comedie of Errors” in McCarren Park

Usually catching some free Shakespeare in a park involves a complete sacrifice of dignity and regard for safety by possibly sleeping but definitely waiting many hours that should otherwise be spent doing – i don’t know, EVERYTHING – in Central Park. Fortunately, the good folks at New Lions Productions want…

Jill Strominger - Budget Baller 0
22 Jan 2015

LOVE NOTES AND OTHER DISASTERS ZINE

A brand new collection of Broke-Ass Stuart's writing made up of some of his most famous pieces and new things never before published.

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap
20 Jun 2010

FREE Shakespeare in the Park

I always thought of Al Pacino as being middle-aged, like in his early retirement years. This was before I wiki’d him and discovered he is 70 YEARS OLD. One foot in the grave, basically. So it seems urgent to make it to Shakespeare in the Park this summer. Pacino stars…

Katy B. - Economic Inexpert 0
19 May 2010

Shakespeare’s Richard II…on Trapeze

Just when I thought people had run out of new interpretations for Shakespeare, other than setting his plays in high school starring various young starlets and heartthrobs, The Sonnnet Repertory Theatre proves me wrong. Their current production of Richard II involves actors swinging around on the trapeze. It’s like seeing…

Kiley E - Ragamuffin Researcher 0