Before there was Frank Underwood, there was King Richard III; and in today's review, I discuss a documentary featuring acting legend Kevin Spacey taking on the guy who inspired "House of Cards".
In today's short review, I have a look at a Macbeth set in Stalin's Russia.
In today's review, I have a look at the first Shakespeare play that Italian composer, Verdi, ever did.
In today's review, I have a look at one of the bard's forgotten work.
In today's review, I am confronted by two major disappointments in theatre history!
In today's review, I take a look at an opera performed at The Met.
In perhaps the longest review I ever wrote, I take a look at three different versions of Hamlet in order from how good it is, how terrible it is, and how brilliant it is!
In today's review, I take a look at the directorial debut of Ralph Fiennes.
In today's review, I continue the saga of Henry IV, staged by The Royal Shakespeare Company.
In today's review, I take a look at a Shakespeare adaptation directed by the guy who brought us "Buffy" and "Dollhouse". Is it a match made in heaven?
In today's review, I take a look at the lacklustre Hollow Crown mini-series.
In today's review, I have a look at Simon Russell Beale as he takes on one of the most challenging roles Shakespeare ever wrote.
In today's review, I do a double feature and review two of the best Shakespeare films in cinema history, directed and acted by two of the best Shakespearean actors in history.
In today's review, I have a look at the latest offering from The Royal Shakespeare Company
In today's review, I take a look at what is considered the greatest version of Romeo & Juliet ever made.
Once again, I review yet another version of Romeo and Juliet, but this time, as a stage show live from Broadway. Do the American's know how to do Shakespeare?
Today, I review a film that proved that Marlon Brando could play any role....but was he really as good Hollywood remembers?
In today's review, I take a look at a film that no critic seems to have enjoyed. But is it really as bad as they say?
Today, I review what is perhaps the first ever big screen adaptation of Shakespeare's funniest of plays since the era of black and white film.
In today's review, I discuss whether we Aussies are good at modernizing Shakespeare.
Today, I review Trevor Nunn's television production of -- what many have dubbed -- the greatest tragedy ever written: King Lear
Today, I review the animated film produced by Sir Elton John.
I once again tip in to my collection of previous written reviews, and discuss two plays performed during La Mama's 2013 season.
Today, I review Ian McKellen in the modern retelling of Shakespeare's most famous history play: Richard the Third.
In today's review, I have a little look at a theatre show I saw back in 2013, featuring Australian actors attempting to make their accents sound Shakespearean.
For next twelve months, I shall be reviewing every recording, adaptation, reimagining, retelling, parody, interpretation, novelization and documentary ever made about the plays of William Shakespeare.