ASP in the News

6/23/17 — New leader at Actors’ Shakespeare Project may bring an edgeThe Boston Globe

6/23/17 — Actors’ Shakespeare Project Announces New Artistic Director Christopher V. EdwardsBroadway World

6/23/17 — Christopher V. Edwards Named Artistic Director of Actors’ Shakespeare ProjectAmerican Theatre

6/22/17 — New Director At Actors’ Shakespeare Project Seeks Broader Appeal WBUR The ARTery

6/12/17 — Local theater leader defends N.Y. company in ‘Julius Caesar’ controversy — The Boston Globe

5/24/17 — Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s Dream of a Midsummer NightThe Arts Fuse

5/22/17 — A Midsummer Night’s DreamTalkin’ Broadway

5/18/17 — A Midsummer Night’s DreamBoston Arts Diary

5/16/17 — Barkhimer shines in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ in East CambridgeMetroWest Daily News

5/12/17 — Ready for ‘Midsummer’ Magic? Sarah Newhouse Talks Being Cast as A Female PuckEDGE Boston

5/10/17 — Actors’ Shakespeare Project Begins “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” — TheaterMania

5/7/17 — The forest is a bit of a nightmare in ASP’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ — The Patriot Ledger

4/27/17 — A “Midsummer Night’s Dream” that brings music, magic into harmonyThe Boston Globe

3/26/17 — Best Theatre Cities in the U.S.Paste

3/12/17 — Actors’ Shakespeare Project Presents A Brilliant and Bawdy “Edward II” by Christopher Marlowe – Through March 19The White Rhino Report

3/10/17 — Christopher Marlowe gets a sexy and magnetic revival at Actors’ Shakespeare ProjectTheaterMania

3/9/17 — Edward IIBoston Arts Diary

3/4/17 — ASP’S ‘Edward II’: A Page-Turner of a ProductionOn Boston Stages

3/3/17 — ASP’s “Edward II” — The Intimacy of Political ViolenceThe Arts Fuse

3/3/17 — Power PlaysThe Boston Globe

3/1/17 — A king and his lover are targeted for death in ‘Edward II’The Boston Globe

2/28/17 — Erotically Charged ‘Edward II’ Stares At Love And Obsession In The King’s Court — WBUR ARTery

2/22/17 — The Edge of Edward: Maurice Emmanuel Parent talks reinventing Marlowedigboston

2/16/17 — At the Charlestown Working Theater, a king who can’t be himselfThe Boston Globe

1/26/17 — Theater PicksThe Boston Globe Winter Arts Guide 2017

1/6/17 — Plum, Parent named to head Actors’ Shakespeare ProjectThe Boston Globe

12/30/16 — A magical ‘The Tempest’ from Actors’ Shakespeare Project — The Jewish Advocate

12/27/16 — Our favorite productions on local stages this yearWBUR ARTery

12/22/16 — Best of 2016 TheaterBay Windows

12/22/16 — Theater Feature: Best Stage Productions of 2016The ArtsFuse

12/21/16 — Boston’s best performances of 2016digboston

12/21/16 — Gentle Redemption in ASP’s “The Tempest”The Theater Mirror

12/15/16 — The Tempest; A strong woman and her powerful female sprite rule an island kingdom. — TheaterMania

12/14/16 — ASP Conjures Up A Congenial “Tempest”ArtsFuse

12/8/16 — Revenge is a dish best served cold and with magical rain; The Actors’ Shakespeare Project presents The TempestThe Tech

12/6/16 — Actors’ Shakespeare Project Mounts A Simple But Enchanting Production Of ‘The Tempest’WBUR ARTery

12/6/16 — “The Tempest”: Heaven Hath no Mercy Like a Sorceress ScornedNew England Theatre Geek

12/6/16 — Burrows conjures a quiet storm in Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s ‘The Tempest’The Boston Globe

11/23/16 — Allyn Burrows says goodbye to ASP with ‘The Tempest’ — MetroWest Daily News

11/1/16 — Free things to do in Boston, November 2016Boston Magazine

10/26/16 — HamletTheaterMania

10/21/16 — To bring Shakespeare to life, teachers learn to act more like actorsWBUR ARTery

10/19/16 — Omar Robinson brings a new, vibrant Hamlet to lifeThe Bay State Banner

10/18/16 — Hamlet takes you to churchJoyce’s Choices

10/18/16 — Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s extraordinarily meta ‘Hamlet’ArtsFuse

10/17/16 — HamletImproper Bostonian

10/17/16 — HamletTalkin’ Broadway

10/13/16 — Actors’ Shakespeare Project to bring The Tempest to Brookline this winterBroadway World

10/10/16 — HamletEDGE

10/10/16 — Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s ‘Hamlet’ largely stays on the surfaceThe Boston Globe

10/10/16 — Actors’ Shakespeare Project Dazzles With A Majestic Production of “HamletThe White Rhino Report

10/4/16 — Interview with Hamlet director Doug LockwoodBoston Neighborhood News

9/28/16 — Not Your Grandma’s Hamletdigboston

9/16/16 — At ArtsEmerson, Machine de Cirque engineers a post-apocalyptic visionThe Boston Globe

9/11/16 — Your guide to this fall’s theater productions — The Boston Globe

9/8/16 — FALL ARTS PREVIEW: Newton’s Steinbach spices up ‘Sunday in the Park’Wicked Local Scituate

9/8/16 — Allyn Burrows named artistic director at Shakespeare & CompanyThe Boston Globe

9/1/16 — 16 Plays At Local Theaters, Including A Bevy Of Choices At ArtsEmerson This FallWBUR ARTery

8/31/16 — One Last Embrace Of Summer Theater In The Berkshires  — WBUR ARTery

8/3/16 — StageStruck: Aphra; or, BehnValley Advocate

7/5/16 — Proper Bostonians (Gala pictures) — The Improper Bostonian

5/24/16 — ASP among NEA’s 2016-17 Shakespeare in Communities grantees

5/24/16 — Robert Brustein among honorees at [ASP]’s gala — The Boston Globe

5/24/16 — ‘Natasha,’ ‘Sheba,’ ‘Lady’ top winners at Norton awards — The Boston Globe

5/5/16 — Flipping out over her wigsThe Boston Globe

3/31/16 — Hypocrisy rules in Sheridan’s ‘School For Scandal Boston Irish Reporter

3/25/16 — Richard

3/22/16 — Small ASP casts will ‘tear the veil off’ season featuring Shakespeare classics, a MarloweCambridge Day 

3/18/16 — Omar Robinson to portray Hamlet at Actors’ Shakespeare ProjectThe Boston Globe

3/3/16 — ASP’s Richard IIWGBH’s “Get Cultured”

3/3/16 — “Richard II”: Spoiled man-boy king destroys himself in simple productionNew England Theatre Geek

2/24/16 — A king’s fast fall from grace in ASP’s Richard II — On Boston Stages

2/22/16 — ‘Richard II’ reveals the struggle for a throneCambridge Chronicle & Tab

2/16/16 — Spare production takes aim at the emotional heart of ‘Richard II’The Boston Globe