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20 July, 2020

In APT's 'Improbable Fiction,' Shakespeare's characters shelter in place

In APT's 'Improbable Fiction,' Shakespeare's characters shelter in place
By Lindsay Christians | The Capital Times | July 17, 2020
13 July, 2020

Poetry transcends politics in APT's Langston Hughes play

Poetry transcends politics in APT's Langston Hughes play
By Lindsay Christians | The Capital Times | July 10, 2020
6 July, 2020

American Players Theatre tackles the bloody politics of 'Julius Caesar'

American Players Theatre tackles the bloody politics of 'Julius Caesar'
Lindsay Christians | The Capital Times |July 3, 2020
30 June, 2020

APT reading of Shaw's 'Arms and the Man' feels fresh

APT reading of Shaw's 'Arms and the Man' feels fresh
Lindsay Christians | The Capital Times | June 26, 2020
23 June, 2020

American Players' online 'As You Like It' is the next best thing to being up the hill

American Players' online 'As You Like It' is the next best thing to being up the hill
Lindsay Christians | The Capital Times | Jun 19, 2020The virtually staged reading — video reading? Zoomplay? — of “As You Like It” that drops this Friday has the nostalgic appeal of a greatest hits album.
17 June, 2020

Text is king

Text is king
American Players Theatre’s new series of virtual readings has its own magic.By Gwendolyn Rice, Isthmus, June 16, 2020.
19 December, 2019

What a long, strange year it’s been

What a long, strange year it’s been
By Gwendolyn Rice, Isthmus, December 19, 2019
31 October, 2019

Nora returns

Nora returns
By Gwendolyn Rice, Isthmus, October 31
10 September, 2019

A bloody ‘Macbeth’ played on a Wisconsin night in the rain, and no one in the audience even budged

A bloody ‘Macbeth’ played on a Wisconsin night in the rain, and no one in the audience even budged
By Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune, September 9, 2019“Macbeth” in the dusky rain, political panic pervasive. This, for me, makes William Shakespeare live.
28 August, 2019

APT's ‘Book of Will' a gift to theater's loyal audience

APT's ‘Book of Will' a gift to theater's loyal audience
By Aaron R. Conklin, Madison Magazine, August 27, 2019.