Haven’t seen all 37 of Shakespeare’s plays yet?
Not to worry. You can enjoy the Bard’s entire theatrical output — including the sonnets — in 90 minutes of riotous mischief-making.
The Warehouse Theatre is staging the “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged).”
The comic parody offers a fast-paced tour through the Shakespearean canon. Three nimble jesters — Andy Croston, Evan Harris and Preston Taylor Stone — take on a few dozen roles, male and female.
Each play is performed at a breakneck pace.
“They tackle ‘Romeo and Juliet’ in seven minutes,” said Anne Kelly Tromsness, who is directing the play with her husband Jayce Tromsness.
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