WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S LONG LOST FIRST PLAY (ABRIDGED) by Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor; directed by Ricci Dedola
This fast-paced and hilariously irreverent mash-up of Shakespeare’s entire canon will have you rolling in the aisles!
William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged) is the recently discovered manuscript of Shakespeare’s very first play, written in his own hand, and showing all his most famous characters and familiar speeches in a brand-new story. But because it’s one hundred hours long and contains multiple unwieldy story lines, it has been abridged down to a brief ninety minutes. It’s “Shakespeare as you’ve never imagined!”
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