Compleat Female Stage Beauty: Bawdy, Historical Comedy-DramaMinneapolis Theatre Garage, Corner of Lyndale and Franklin (711 West Franklin Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55405)
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The last date listed for Compleat Female Stage Beauty was Wednesday May 30, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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How good is Camino Real, the Tennessee Williams play produced by Girl Friday Productions at the Minneapolis Theatre Garage? Well, the chief drama critic for The New York Times once declared it "Tennessee Williams's best play." Find out why as a stellar cast transports you to the mysterious and evocative city of Camino Real. Existing outside of time, this purgatory of lost souls is peopled with original Williams' characters and legendary figures from history and literature like Casanova, Camille, Lord Byron and Don Quixote. Charging into this dreamscape comes Kilroy, the quintessential American who challenges the real and imagined boundaries of the Camino Real. Benjamin McGovern (The Skin of Our Teeth) directs a 14-member ensemble playing an astonishing 40+ roles in this exciting, important production. Learn More
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Extremely well done production. The acting, costumes, sound, use of the space... everything was very well done and this is easily one of the most enjoyable productions I've seen in the Mpls/St. Paul area and is a reminder of why I love living in this city!
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- "a big and very enjoyable play full of chewy intellectual questions... Director John Heimbuch understands this play and its setting well... Vaughn digs into [his] meaty role with an actor's talons and claws. He creates a Kynaston of effete and supreme arrogance... He and Froiland bristle with realism as Othello and Desdemona." --Star Tribune
- "Walking Shadow Theatre Company is offering a smart local premiere of this tale, which, though set in the early 1600s, has plenty to say to contemporary audiences about gender roles, power and the passions that drive us... Wade A. Vaughn deftly trods a fine line between the actor who plays women with masterful affectation and the off-stage man whose life is significantly more nuanced." --Pioneer Press
About the Ticket Supplier: Walking Shadow Theatre Company
Since 2004, Walking Shadow Theatre Company has gained a reputation for creating well-staged and carefully researched independent theatre.