Music and Poetry in Wild Songs & Naked Souls
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Gloria Gifford, a well-known actress and singer whose credits include 48 Hrs. and This Is Spinal Tap, directs one of Shakespeare's most highly regarded works in The Tempest by William Shakespeare (No-Fear Shakespeare). Set on an enchanted island, The Tempest is a lyrical adventure full of comedy, romance and revenge. One of Shakespeare's indisputable masterpieces, it's a magical tale about the transformative power of forgiveness and the bond between parent and child. This production at T.U. Studios is perfect for lovers of Shakespeare -- and lovers of love. Learn More
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We went on Opening Night. The house didn't open for an additional 30 minutes or so. I don't really know why, and I hope that's not the case for future performances.
I must say the show was unique. Parts were really amusing, and others' a bit boring. It's a huge cast. And the way in which we met all of them was different than prior live play performances. I think for the most part it worked very well. There's no intermission either.
The show's recitings/songs, etc. were all about love letters or love and relationships. Per the director, each show will be different. So, your mileage may vary...
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Wild Songs & Naked Souls was an unexpected delightful experience - proof that real theatre and real art still exist. As a creative, I was inspired and refreshed by the literature and the performances of each piece. Each actor seemed perfectly...continued
About the Ticket Supplier: Jamaica Moon Productions and the GGC Players
Jamaica Moons Productions is associated with the Gloria Gifford Conservatory for Performing Arts.