Venue Details

Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park
3655 Church Rd. Ellicott City, MD 21043
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4.6 / 5 Rated by 19 members
Review from RC
Red Velvet 804 events 351 reviews

Absolutely outstanding - not to be missed!!! I never had any idea that Shakespeare could be so much fun!!! I generally hate Shakespeare - but took a chance on their rendition of A Middsummer's nights' dream - and was blown away by the quality...continued

reviewed Jun 24 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Philip John
71 events 58 reviews

The hilarious performance of three very energetic and capable male actors was a delightful butchering of Shakespeare. Will likely would have approved, given that in his time all acting was done by males, even for female parts, and actors...continued

reviewed Jun 25 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Phoebe
88 events 34 reviews

Great fun, lots of laughs. The performances were of higher quality than I expected.

reviewed Jun 25 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Mary Bird
14 events 8 reviews

We were fortunate to have a perfect evening - full moon and mild temps. The setting is wonderful - preserved ruins with a stage in front. The actors were energetic and quite engaging.

reviewed Jul 14 2011 report as inappropriate
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_The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) _will join the performance roster for Chesapeake-Shakespeare-Company-in-the-Ruins. Three of CSC’s most hilarious comic actors — Scott Graham, Frank B. Moorman and John Miller — perform a two-hour version of Shakespeare’s greatest hits. This wacky comedy written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield unites both expert and novice Shakespeare fans in a glorious romp! Directed by Scott Small, this is a laugh-out-loud comedy sure to please.

Kloby’s Smokehouse will be on site selling BBQ, hamburgers and hot dogs. 

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