Shakespeare: Resources on the Man and His Work
Considering the scope of his fame, little is known about William Shakespeare's ... read more »
Shakespeare has more books written about him than any other writer, he’s the most produced ... read more »
Not only do Shakespeare’s plays and sonnets exhibit broad knowledge of the works of classical ... read more »
Shakespeare lived and worked between 1564 and 1616, placing him squarely in the long and important ... read more »
Like learning a second language, learning to love Shakespeare's plays can sometimes require a little more than the written word. After all, the plays were meant to be performed, and there’s no better way to comprehend the meaning than to see actors on stage that know how to make those words come alive. Use this section of the guide to find out where to see the finest performances of Shakespeare’s plays, and where to visit some of Shakespeare’s historic locales.
- Check out the findingDulcinea Theater Web Guide for information on theater tickets, local theaters, theater travel and more.
- Seeing Shakespeare's plays doesn’t have to mean starched ruffles! His plays provide such rich material and are performed so frequently that they’re often interpreted through a huge variety of styles, often with wildly imaginative costumes, sets or conceits that just may redefine your idea of Shakespeare.