Michael Kahn

I was 13 years old when I first saw Camelot on Broadway with Richard Burton, Julie Andrews and Robert Goulet. This musical with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe is a...
The king of Denmark has been murdered and his son Hamlet comes home from school to deal with all the craziness of his family’s situation. Some think he is going mad, and this is a...
The Shakespeare Theatre has a great tradition of introducing the casts of its plays as they begin rehearsals. That tradition continued on Tuesday evening with the introduction of the cast of Hamlet...
Michael Kahn, Shakespeare Theatre Company (STC) Artistic Director shares his thoughts on the two one act Pinter plays he directs before you even enter the theater. He wrote...
There can be no better evening in the theater than when you can watch a Michael Kahn/David Ives collaboration. They have gotten together before with productions of The Liar, The...
Monday night in the Shakespeare Theatre’s Harman Hall I got to see and hear what everyone hopes for when they go to see a Broadway show. Incredible sets, great choreography, great acting,...
(Photo by: Peter Rosenstein) The wedding cake and the couple‚Äôs first dance Another well-known bachelor, a fixture at DC society dinner parties and icon in the world’s theater community, is off...
Watching Michael Kahn, Artistic Director of the Shakespeare Theatre Company (STC), direct a play is a wonderful experience. Last Sunday I had the pleasure of attending an open rehearsal for his...
  (Photo by: Peter Rosenstein) Harry Hamlin This year talented playwright Peter Byrne managed to come up with a funnier script for Will on the Hill than last year and that must have been...
On Thursday evening I had the privilege of both watching and having cocktails with a group of actors who seemingly had honed their craft to perfection in Henry IV Part 1 now playing in repertory with...