Director Eric Tucker has been called “the best classical director in America” by The Wall Street Journal. Read what he has to say about this production of Saint Joan, which is on at Folger Theatre through June 10.
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Find out what drew one of Newsweek’s 150 Fearless Women in the World to Congreve’s Restoration classic.
But what exactly IS The Second Shepherds’ Play? Continuing with our countdown to the first performance on November 27th, here are some thoughts on the play from adaptor/director Mary Hall Surface, including why she chose to this story to adapt and what makes this medieval mystery play so intriguing to modern audiences. From Adaptor/Director Mary Hall Surface: Thumbing through a… Continue Reading »
From Sense & Sensibility Director Eric Tucker: Jane Austen would love Facebook. She would spend endless hours tweeting her friends all about Edward Ferrars’ newest waistcoat. She’d Instagram and Snapchat her way through London society. She’d thoroughly enjoy watching Mr. Darcy on The Bachelor with a bevy of eligible, young creatures swarming and swooning around… Continue Reading »