A Partly Nude Evening of Shakespeare With the Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society

Late Thursday afternoon in New York City, an hour or so before the sunset, a nude woman in combat boots jogged casually around the lawn of Summit Rock in Central Park. About 100 yards away, an audience of around 200 people politely pretended not to see her; she was, technically, “backstage,” and the show hadn’t yet…

Coming Soon: A TV Show About the 'Punk Rock' 20s of William Shakespeare 

You’d think that, in the four centuries since William Shakespeare kicked the bucket, every possible angle on the great bard had been exhausted. But apparently there’s still room for a Tudors-like fictionalized treatment of his wild and sexy “rock star” 20s. Can’t wait to see Shakespeare’s dick!

Shakespeare First Folio Discovered Just Lying Around Grand Scottish Home 

There are now 234 known original copies of the First Folio—the very important posthumously published collection of Shakespeare’s works—after a new copy surfaced in the library of “Mount Stuart,” an ornate Victorian mansion on Scotland’s Isle of Bute, which belongs to the seventh Marquess of Bute.

Michael Fassbender's Macbeth Is an Impossibly Bleak Look at Shakespeare's Maddest King

Justin Kurzel’s Macbeth—starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard—opens on a shot of a dead child’s face and only gets darker from there. While Shakespeare’s play about the Scottish thane and his wife who murder their way into power has never been a joyous romp, there’s something staggeringly bleak about this…