Don Quixote Brings The Flying Karamazov Brothers To The Lyceum Theatre
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Featured review from David C. Baker
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The first half of the play funny and entertaining. The Actor who played Don Quixote sidekick was very funny and had great body lanuage. The rest of the cast was very good too. The second half took on a dark mood with political over views. I got a little confused with the story-line. Overall I had a great time.
I had no problem with this first-time ticket sale through Goldstar Events. The tickets were at will-call as promised. We had very good seats too. Thanks, Goldstar...
A very contemporary, very magical and very wacky new political satire with music by the masters of juggling and hilarity, The Flying Karamazov Brothers. This is the sparkling and evocative story of a most beloved dreamer. Don Quixote is a gentleman from La Mancha obsessed with the chivalrous ideals in books he has read. In a time when such things are long past, he decides to take up a lance and a sword to defend the helpless and destroy the wicked. This amazing production will include spectacular sword fights, endless disguises, Merlin the Magician, fortune tellers and much much more. A celebration of the power of imagination.
_ Don Quixote_ By Paul Magid:
- Based on the novel by Miguel de Cervantes
- Featuring The Flying Karamazov Brothers
- Directed by Sam Woodhouse