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Comical Courting

Cincinnati Shakespeare takes to Gilbert's comical courting in 'Engaged'

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 15, 2009
If the name William S. Gilbert doesn't ring a bell, perhaps you know him as half of Gilbert & Sullivan, the witty team whose operettas were hits in the late 19th century. But Gilbert didn't just put together witty lyrics for Sir Arthur Sullivan's tunes but was a playwright in his own right. In fact, his 1877 comedy, 'Engaged,' was a significant hit, which Gilbert himself directed. It's Cincinnati Shakespeare Company's summer production, opening this week.  

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