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REVIEW: Shakespeare BASH’d brings novelty to the Bard’s most under-produced work

In Shakespeare BASH’d’s intimate, stripped-down production of The Two Noble Kinsmen, we discover why even lesser Shakespeare is still worthwhile in the ways it explores different kinds of love and desire.

By Ilana Lucas / Feb 7, 2024
Scott Wentworth as King Lear in the 2023 Shakespeare BASH'd production of The Tragedy of King Lear. Wentworth is pictured from the side: he wears a dark coat, and is looking down at the golden crown in his hands. iPhoto caption: Original image by Kyle Purcell

REVIEW: The Tragedy of King Lear at Shakespeare BASH’d/The Theatre Centre

Shakespeare BASH’d is an aptly named, passionate independent company, and with this production, they’ve lived up to their goal: to let the text do the talking.

By Jessica Watson / Feb 21, 2023

Theatre This Week: April 22 – 28

These are the plays to see in Toronto for the week of April 22th – 28th, 2019.

Apr 23, 2019
iPhoto caption: Artwork: Matt Nish Lapidus. Featured: (L to R) Naomi Wright, E.B. Smith, Hallie Seline

Season and Casting Announcement: Shakespeare BASH’d

Shakespeare BASH'd has announced their 2018-2019 season and select casting for three productions.

By Bailey Green / Sep 4, 2018