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Kenyon At Work
Always casual. Although goth dress-up will always work here, too!
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Kenyon At Work
Street has never been difficult for us - but that's all there is, so be warned.
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Kenyon At Work
It seems to be OK to byo.
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Kenyon At Work
Can be warm, so if you're a hottie, bring a fan.
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Kenyon At Work
Very unusual date night - find out if they're really "open to new things"!
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.5 average rating
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603 events
332 reviews
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attended Aug 05 2012

Recommend for those interested in new interpretations of da Bard, this is a complete re-imagining. Not 100% successful, but quite interesting, par usual for ZJU. Uneven acting, but creative, intimate staging - also usual at ZJU.

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24 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 19 2012

Outrageously good reinvention, a variation on a theme, Kubrick meets Shakespeare in a postmodern mashup of original text removing all elements of self-doubt from the... continued

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4 reviews
0 stars
attended Aug 12 2012

Amazing show! Totally f***-ed up and amazing! Take no prisoners, off the rails, bizarre and dark and unapologetic! I loved this. It won't be for everyone.

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Quotes & Highlights

“…Josh T. Ryan directs his own nuthouse-redux adaptation with seven flesh-revealing weird sisters attired in an array of fishnet stockings and short shorts, while Macbeth prances around, eyes goggling, almost cross-dressed, androgynously fusing himself into his rabid-for-power Lady.” – _LA Weekly _

Description

Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group celebrates their 20th anniversary season with their high-impact, post-apocalyptic, re-imagined Shakespearean spectacular, steeped deep in greed, ambition, magic, and murder.

Directed by Josh T. Ryan.

Featuring: Lizzie Bassett, Jacqueline Baxter, Michael Blomgren, Ren Harris, David Wyn Harris, Amir Khalighi, Chelsea Kurtz, Steve Madar, Beth Ricketson, Willy Romano-Pugh, Lauren Velasco, Helene Udy and Roger Weiss.