The Compleat Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) from the Loose Cannons
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The last date listed for The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) was Sunday September 25, 2005 / 8:00pm.
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Quotes & Highlights
- "This is just pure merriment...Performances are bright, super-charged, and very winning." - <em>Backstage West</em>
- Recommended! " Flawless burlesque... Not a moment goes by without a fresh gag." --LA Weekly
The Loose Cannons will present their version of The Compleat Works of Wllm Shkspr (abridged), by Jess Borgeson, Adam Long, and Daniel Singer at the Globe Playhouse. 3 Guys. 37 Plays. 93 Minutes. This is the sweatiest Shakespeare show you'll ever see! A hilarious romp through all of Shakespeare's work, featuring a two-man Romeo and Juliet, Titus Andronicus, as a cooking show, Hamlet in a half-hour, super-speed, and backwards?! These guys have brushed up on more than just their Shakespeare!
The Loose Cannons, three coworkers, who formed their production company in the fall of 2000, have reunited to bring back their inaugural production. The Compleat Works. . . features actors Michael Degood, who created the short film festival ImageFest in 2003. Jon Emm, who was chosen as one of Don Grigsware's top 15 actors in California, from reviewplays.com, as well as Second City Conservatory graduate and Circle West member Drew Phillips.