The Romans referred to the days of the month by their relation to the 'Kalends,' the 'Ides,' and the 'Nones.' If Caesar had been killed any other day, his famous warning might have sounded much less ominous.
It hasn't been seen by the public in more than 400 years.
Even if death, the Bard was eloquent.
If you've ever dreamed of owning a pair of Sir Patrick Stewart's shorts, here's your chance.
An incredible number of lines from William Shakespeare's plays have become so ingrained in modern vernacular that we no longer recognize them as lines from plays at all.
One hundred European starlings released in Central Park in 1890 have turned into 200 million across the U.S. today. Now scientists are looking into their genetic diversity.
A special branch of New York City’s Public Theater brings the Bard’s plays to underserved communities in the metro area.
Happy Talk Like Shakespeare Day!
The theater's notable shape may have influenced the play.
Retouches have altered the portrait from its original state.
Terrible occurrences have dogged performances of the Shakespeare play ever since its premiere.
Nearly 100 miniature copies of books containing sonnets and plays, and books by and about Shakespeare, will be at Yale's new exhibit.
This card game is a Shakespeare-inspired version of Cards Against Humanity, but with a decidedly academic take on low-brow humor.
As resident director of the arts organization Amerinda, 26-year-old Madeline Sayet is building a better future for Native American performers, helping them land more diverse and complex roles. Her latest endeavor: creating indigenous and feminist retellin
Royal ghosts and revenge plots not included.
Previous copies have sold for close to $5 million.