The Brits seem to be calling statues freezes and it sounds a bit more poetic, I suppose.
The above represents the Winter's Tale and it was my favorite. I love the way Hermione's body is curved. Also, Hermione is a statue in the play and then she's a statue here in real life!
I loved this one because it has real swords! This one represents Hamlet.
And, the donkey head is, of course, Bottom. This one represents A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Here is Julius Caesar.
Here is the Tempest, with Prospero's head next to a ship.
Falstaff, of course, gets his own, personal statue.
I believe this one is of Hal, whether Prince or King, I don't know exactly. But probably Henry V?