Explosive Comedy Meets Political Thrills in Equivocation Reviews & Ratings
Very well written and complex plot lines that can sometimes be hard to keep up with. Very capable cast as well.report as inappropriate
I thought that this play was extremely clever.report as inappropriate
Some of the writing and lines were very good but the play needs to be tightened. It is about 30 minutes too long.report as inappropriate
Very smart, provocative and witty.
I recommend it.
It is a very informative play, but quite long. Some background in English History would be helpful-and Shakespearean Literature.report as inappropriate
A thought-provoking show, generally well done. I give it four stars instead of five for what I see as some directorial missteps. Still, a good show well worth attending.report as inappropriate
Interesting play that provides a view of the present political dilemmas through the eyes of Shakespeare and his band of actors. Strong performances that will only get better as the run progresses.report as inappropriate
Play based on good idea. Implementation needs good bit of work. Struggled for an ending. Actors having a bad night? Their resumes promise a better performance, across the board, than we got.report as inappropriate
Entertaining play with a lot of clever words, so listen carefully. The play has a thoughtful message, but it is too long for my taste. If it were shorter, the audience could focus more on the message. Acting and staging were excellent.report as inappropriate
I would give Equivocation a B+ for acting (some sequences were very skillfully performed), a C for writing, and a D for editing.
Basic issue: It tries to do too much, feels rushed, and takes way too long to do it.report as inappropriate
Intriguing with humor, but one really had to pay attention. I continue to think about it, which is a good thing.report as inappropriate