The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged): from Chesapeake Shakespeare Company
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Absolutely outstanding - not to be missed!!! I never had any idea that Shakespeare could be so much fun!!! I generally hate Shakespeare - but took a chance on their rendition of A Middsummer's nights' dream - and was blown away by the quality and uniqueness of the performance. I was equally delighted and enthralled by this one - a billiantly executed three person show which satyrizes the works of William Shakespeare. The comedic timing is amazing! Thanks!!!
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The hilarious performance of three very energetic and capable male actors was a delightful butchering of Shakespeare. Will likely would have approved, given that in his time all acting was done by males, even for female parts, and actors...continued
_The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) _will join the performance roster for Chesapeake-Shakespeare-Company-in-the-Ruins. Three of CSC’s most hilarious comic actors — Scott Graham, Frank B. Moorman and John Miller — perform a two-hour version of Shakespeare’s greatest hits. This wacky comedy written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield unites both expert and novice Shakespeare fans in a glorious romp! Directed by Scott Small, this is a laugh-out-loud comedy sure to please.
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