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BOOKS on Peter Brook and THE VALLEY OF ASTONISHMENT" rel="bookmark">NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS on Peter Brook and THE VALLEY OF ASTONISHMENT
The New York Review of Books reviews The Valley of Astonishment and reflects on the career of Peter Brook. Click here to read the review.
The Village Voice recently gave a rave review to The Valley of Astonishment, written and directed by Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne. Click here to read the review.
Time Out New York has selected The Valley of Astonishment as a Critic’s Pick. Click here to read the review.
Financial Times gives The Valley of Astonishment, written and directed Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne and featuring Kathryn Hunter, Marcello Magni, and Jared McNeill, a rave review. Click here to read the article.
The New York Times praises The Valley of Astonishment in their review of this new work written and directed by Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne. Click here to read the review.
At this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, Julie Taymor premiered her film of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and gave a talkback as part of the Festival’s Mavericks series. Click here or view the video of the talkback below.
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In their Toronto International Film Festival Diary, Cultural Weekly highlights the film of A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed Julie Taymor. Critic Tod Hardin says he was “captivated” and “mesmerized” by the film. Click here to read the full Festival report.
Food & Drink is named in recognition of a leadership gift from Monica and Ali Wambold to the Theatre’s capital campaign. Located in the lobby of Polonsky Shakespeare Center, Food & Drink is brought to you by Union Square Events, the catering and venue hospitality business from Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group. The menu…Read More »
TAMBURLAINE, PARTS I AND II as a Notable Fall Classic" rel="bookmark">VILLAGE VOICE Selects TAMBURLAINE, PARTS I AND II as a Notable Fall Classic
The Village Voice looks at classic works coming to New York stages this Fall and selects Tamburlaine, Parts I and II as a notable selection, as well as The Valley of Astonishment. Click here to read their Fall Preview article.