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Luke Eddy stars in Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park’s season-closing production of Hamlet. (Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park / provided)

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park’s Hamlet holds a mirror to contemporary chaos

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park’s Hamlet holds a mirror to contemporary chaos

OSP’s season-ending production runs through Sept. 30 at Myriad Botanical Gardens’ Water Stage.

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Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park opens its 33rd season with The Taming of the Shrew

A diverse selection of comedies highlights the theater company’s 2017 offerings.

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Pollard Theatre’s production of The Producers runs through May 6

The show stars W. Jerome Stevenson as Max Bialystock and Jared Blount as Leo Bloom.

Great Dane

Reduxion Theatre opens its “Original Sins”-themed fourth season with a stripped-down, but impressively acted production of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet.” Transported from its original medieval setting to 1938 Denmark, Reduxion’s “Hamlet” still tells the tragic tale, without further alteration, of Prince Hamlet’s quest for revenge against his uncle Claudius for murdering his father and for ascending

Great Dane

Reduxion Theatre opens its “Original Sins”-themed fourth season with a stripped-down, but impressively acted production of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet.” Transported from its original medieval setting to 1938 Denmark, Reduxion’s “Hamlet” still tells the tragic tale, without further alteration, of Prince Hamlet’s quest for revenge against his uncle Claudius for murdering his father and for ascending

Great Dane

Reduxion Theatre opens its “Original Sins”-themed fourth season with a stripped-down, but impressively acted production of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet.” Transported from its original medieval setting to 1938 Denmark, Reduxion’s “Hamlet” still tells the tragic tale, without further alteration, of Prince Hamlet’s quest for revenge against his uncle Claudius for murdering his father and for ascending

In Her Skin

The IFC Films release continues a recent home-vid trend of giving away a huge plot point it needn’t. Same goes for the trailer below; watch only at your own risk. You’ll learn the twist of the Australian drama; after all, it’s based on a true story. But in not knowing, Simone North’s film keeps you

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