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All's Well That Ends Well (Review)

Rarely staged Shakespeare is more satisfying than it has a right to be

0 Comments · Monday, October 26, 2009
To paraphrase Bill Clinton, "It depends on what your definition of 'well' is." Sure, 'All's Well That Ends Well' at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company ends up neatly with loose threads tidied away. But truest delights are the four strong women who, as in no other play by Shakespeare, dominate the action as played by Kelly Mengelkoch, Sherman Fracher, Amy Warner and Sara Clark.  

Romeo and Juliet (Review)

Cincy Shakespeare brings classic love story to area parks

0 Comments · Monday, July 27, 2009
This summer Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is presenting 'Romeo and Juliet' in a portable production that will travel to 16 locales (and is free). The presentation is a concise rendition of the tragic love story, using seven actors, each playing at least two roles with a lot of quick costume changes.  

Arms and the Man (Review)

Classic Shaw comedy contrasts romance and pragmatism

0 Comments · Monday, May 11, 2009
When George Bernard Shaw's witty comedy 'Arms and the Man' debuted in 1894 in Dublin, it was a hit. Shaw described it as "one joke after another ... a firecracker." That's pretty much what you'll experience onstage at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, making its first foray into Shaw's prolific output. I hope we'll see more Shaw on Race Street, based on the success of this production.  

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