Excited to share a trailer as we approach our final weekend!
After you've watched the trailer, check out some highlights from our first review:
"Flanagan and Musser give us performances that feel contemporary and approachable, even as Romeo and Juliet in the third act.
"Bridget Gates gives a strong performance and Amelia Turner shines with poise and grace."
"In fact all the actresses in the performance I attended gave us strong performances. They were aided by quite a pedigree of consulting directors that includes, among others, Rudy Ramirez, Robert Matney and Jenny Lavery."
"It's a testament, I presume, to the work done in this piece, that nary a scene was made awkward by using same sex couples to interpret it."
"It's a labor of love in real life for Musser and Flanagan, who are dedicated to bringing the experience of queer relationship, and moreover, relationship without gender to the forefront in this work."
"This is an evening of experimenting with Shakespeare and pulling it off without gimmicks or outlandish concepts."
"You can count on an evening of Shakespeare that will be performed with expertise and ease. It's a worthy experiment in which to participate."
(Link to Joni Lorraine's full review here)