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The Tony Award–winning The Old Globe is one of the country’s leading professional not-for-profit regional theatres, now in its 85th year.
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The Old Globe Jun 1
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The Old Globe May 31
A message to our community.
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The Old Globe May 30
brings you short plays you can perform at home or virtually! Film your reading & tag us on social media & . We’ll share some of our favorites! Click here to get Mike Sears's play Grandma Buddy and The Great Tornado:
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The Old Globe May 29
Happy birthday to The Old Globe! We turn 85 today. Thank you to all of our supporters, then and now. We couldn't do it without you!
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Talk Theatre To Me May 29
Master Teaching Artist Lisel Gorell-Getz from talks about the ever-expanding world of online learning, and how imagination and play are vital in making theatre matter to every generation
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The Old Globe May 28
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2/2: supported by a cage bustle, silk taffeta corset, straw hat with bows. A confection of flirtatious florals, stripes, pleats, ribbons, and bows under a Battenberg lace parasol. Perfect for a garden stroll.
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The Old Globe May 28
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1/2: Charlotte’s Thread (notes from Resident Costume Design Associate Charlotte Devaux): Raina Petkoff, beautiful heroine. Bustle day dress, circa 1894, cotton stripe skirt and matching jacket, custom-designed and printed floral overskirt, draped toward the back and...
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The Old Globe May 28
It’s time for your colorful vision to take the spotlight with The Old Globe Coloring Book! Color in David Israel Reynoso’s design for 2015’s Arms and the Man however you want, & post on your social media and tag and (make sure your post is public).
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The Old Globe May 28
Barry Edelstein will join us on Friday at 2:00 p.m. for On Book: The Old Globe's Shakespeare Reading Group on Facebook! He will discuss directing Romeo and Juliet, the genre of tragedy, and the surprises it still holds for us. FREE event here:
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The Old Globe May 27
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Thanks! We will be posting them each week along with the corresponding Coloring Book page for everyone to participate!
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The Old Globe May 26
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Original rendering used by permission of Robert Morgan. These designs have been brought to life by talented staff and artisans at The Old Globe.
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The Old Globe May 26
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Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, directed by Darko Tresnjak, 2007. Ralph Funicello (scenic design), Robert Morgan (costume design), York Kennedy (lighting design), Christopher R. Walker (sound design and original music).
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The Old Globe May 26
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Sword fighting and scheming was afoot under the stars in the magical outdoor Lowell Davis Festival Theatre. Photo: Celeste Ciulla as Gertrude and Corey Sorenson as Laertes, 2007. Photo by Craig Schwartz.
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The Old Globe May 26
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In contrast, the main character, Hamlet, wore both a black and a scarlet suede doublet and breeches. The ladies were dressed in long sumptuous gowns with corsets and padded petticoats.
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The Old Globe May 26
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Charlotte’s Thread (notes from Resident Costume Design Associate Charlotte Devaux): In this 2007 production of Hamlet, the costumes were made from silk and wool fabrics in shades of pale grey.
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The Old Globe May 26
Last week, The Old Globe Coloring Book brought you a sketch from 2007's Hamlet. Today we show you costume designer Robert Morgan's original rendering and a photo of the final design onstage. Come back on Thursday for a new coloring page and the chance to have your art featured!
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The Old Globe May 26
If you loved last week's Thinking Shakespeare Live!, join us tonight for the Sonnet series! Barry Edelstein will host this fun and fascinating talk at 6:30 p.m. tonight, all for free on our Facebook page.
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The Old Globe May 25
The Old Globe wishes you a safe Memorial Day! 🇺🇸
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The Old Globe May 24
What passage from Shakespeare do you turn to in troubled times? asks the experts for their choices.
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