When William Shakespeare and his company first set up shop on the south side of the Thames to produce plays in the Globe Theatre, the 16th century was just ending, and the requirements for what had only recently begun to be called “a theatre” were fairly simple. Today, as the 21st century gets underway, two of Washington, DC's most prominent Michaels — Michael Keiser, president of the Kennedy Center, and Michael Kahn, artistic director of Washington's celebrated Shakespeare Theatre Company ...
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