Christopher Marlowe's Edward II from Chicago Shakespeare Theater
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The last date listed for Edward II was Tuesday October 28, 2008 / 8:00pm.
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We enjoyed everything about this production, from the set design to the promenade presentation, the passion of the actors and the effective, but not too gruesome handling of violence. Even my friend, who was apprehensive about being "on stage" with the performers, fell into a comfortable rhythm once the play was underway.
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Committed performances & innovative direction...this was an amazing experience. The action tickets were the best! The group of 5 of us who attended together (2 on their second visit) loved being able to move around & watch the action for different...continued
Shakespeare’s brilliant contemporary and rival playwright, Christopher Marlowe, penned Edward II at the end of his brief life. Now, his vicious exploration of power and persuasion explodes on to the stage in this innovative promenade production, directed by The Hypocrites’ Sean Graney, where standing audience members are able—and encouraged—to move freely about the playing area throughout the 75-minute performance. Edward II marks a CST debut for both Marlowe and Graney.