“Oh, they’re horrible. They’re horrible, and they’re fake and their not inductive to good work. That’s the truth.” – Richard Short on Auditions
Based on how much Shakespeare that was being done in New York in 2013, one would never suspect that the Bard has been dead for nearly four hundred years. While Shakespeare in the Park is an annual summer tradition in New York, this year’s Love’s Labor Lost was just the tip of the iceberg for what has to have been the most Shakespeare-heavy year in New York in recent memory. Naturally, not all the productions
Jerusalem actor Mark Rylance apparently realizes that he couldn’t have won a Tony Award for his part in the stage production, as the 51-year-old gave away his award to a man who helped inspire his performance.