Tag Archives: The Tempest

O brave new digital world

O brave new digital world

Robert Tanitch reviews the RSC’s The Tempest at the Barbican Theatre, London EC2 Shakespeare was a commercial playwright and he always gave the public what they wanted. In 1611 what they wanted was ro ...
There aren’t enough parts for women.

There aren’t enough parts for women.

Robert Tanitch reviews The Tempest at King’s Cross Theatre, London N1 There aren’t enough parts for women. Director Phyllida Lloyd and actress Harriet Walter have come up with one solution to the prob ...
Birmingham Royal Ballet’s The Tempest

Birmingham Royal Ballet’s The Tempest

Robert Tanitch reviews The Tempest at Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London EC1 There have been more of The Tempest ballets than you might think. And the good news is that Shakespeare without words means you ...