Quiz: How well do you know "The Winter's Tale"?
Test your knowledge of this Shakespeare play.
Q&A: Tamilla Woodard on "The Winter's Tale"
“We are all Leontes.” Director Tamilla Woodard shares her favorite moments from The Winter’s Tale and what audiences should be watching for when they see the play.
How we got "The Winter’s Tale" and where it went from there
Where did Shakespeare get the idea for The Winter’s Tale? From publication in the First Folio to 18th-century adaptations, explore the history of this well-known play.
Play on! Tracy Young on translating 'The Winter's Tale'
‘The Winter’s Tale’ and the problem of the Bohemia seacoast
The production's the thing: Thoughts on Shakespeare's Romances
Imagining Shakespeare: What's your favorite "statue scene" from "The Winter's Tale?"
Imagining Shakespeare: What happens in the statue scene from "The Winter’s Tale?”
Folger Director Michael Witmore on his favorite Shakespeare play: The Winter's Tale
A Shakespeare tale for winter, told in summer
Five things to look for when you watch 'The Winter's Tale'
If you’re going to see a performance of The Winter’s Tale, perhaps you’ve read the play (or maybe just the plot summary)—or maybe you’re going in cold. So, what should you look for in this Shakespeare play?
Happier without men? Shakespeare and Cervantes’ heroines, religious life, married life, and country life
Connan Morrissey (Hermione) and Laura C. Harris (Perdita) embrace at the end of The Winter’s Tale, directed by Blake Robison, Folger Theatre, 2009. Carol Pratt. Shakespeare’s heroines often end up with husbands who don’t seem good enough for them, while…