When Andrea Martin hurt her ribs and had to withdraw from 'Gary,' Julie White stepped in and took the role all the way to a Tony nomination.
"There was inappropriate content in the original script of the play which we were told was to be edited," the arts council said.
It happened backstage when they were both performing in Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale" in London.
"People said, 'You shouldn't even do those kinds of movies!' So I went out and did as many as I could."
Why are conservatives uncomfortable that an onstage tyrant reminds them of Trump?
The statement comes on the heels of criticism from both right-wing media and Trump family members.
A modern-day staging has led to outrage from the right for its seeming depiction of Trump's assassination—but everyone seems to be missing the play's real target.
The two companies withdrew their sponsorship of New York Public Theater's play following controversy over the play's modern adaptation.
Headteacher Jane Lunnon said too many young women look up to people in popular culture than strong female protagonists of the past.
The proposed conservation works could dramatically alter the image commonly associated with the Bard...
Bear-baiting was very popular in Britain, attracting everyone from servants to royalty.
As Richard II, the former Doctor Who brings his own manic Shakespearean spin to Brooklyn.
The rare document was authenticated by a Shakespearean expert from Oxford University.
Three hundred migrants gathered to watch the show as part of the Globe to Globe tour.
Once widely panned, the late Welles film is getting a U.S. release and newfound recognition.
Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs movie is like Macworld fanfiction with the drama pitched to Shakespearean heights.