Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2 is a very unusual family drama. Instead of showing us a traditional nuclear family – Hal’s mother is famously absent from the plays, mentioned only twice, and both times in jest – Shakespeare instead gives us two father figures for Hal, each with their own characteristic virtues and vices.Feb 20th, 2014
“[Working] is what I love doing. So to be able to just do it, and not have anyone breathing down my neck, is so wonderful.” said Phillips, who spoke with The Washington Post about her “roles and unrehearsed life.”Feb 11th, 2014
Comedy is a genre focused on pleasure. From the time of the Greeks, it has invited us to engage in the communal pleasure of laughing with others, as well as the sharper, and sometimes darker, pleasure of laughing at the expense of something or someone else.Feb 6th, 2014
“I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to eat a blueberry muffin again after I’m done with this,” [Anthony Roach] told The Washington Post.Feb 3rd, 2014
Entering America for the first time, Oscar Wilde reportedly told a customs agent, “I have nothing to declare but my genius.”Jan 29th, 2014
What makes ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’s’ cast perfect? Best friends as the leading men.Jan 27th, 2014
STC decided to write to one of our favorite contemporary comic playwrights Jeffrey Hatcher (his adaptation of The Government Inspector opened our 2012-13 Season) to get his thoughts on Oscar Wilde’s inimitable style. What he said might surprise you…Jan 23rd, 2014
This episode invites you into the world of Oscar Wilde, looking at his background, artistic sensibilities and drive for beauty.
Before he was known for his clever plays and essays, Oscar Wilde was known for his personality. Personality is indeed the word that Wilde chose to talk about how individuals present themselves in the world.Jan 9th, 2014
Catch a glimpse of STC’s upcoming production of The Importance of Being Earnest through these rehearsal photos.