This literary “holy grail” (American Theatre) will be at Pleasance Courtyard from August 3-29 (no performances on 10, 17, 24). Don’t miss this “breathlessly irreverent and pun-filled romp” (Washington Post) that’s also “an absolute resolute hoot of a bawdy comedy of errors” (Broadway World)!
You can’t claim you’ve seen the Complete Works until you’ve seen William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged)!
Watch authors Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor try to get their manuscript authenticated at the Folger Shakespeare Library (below).
OnBard entertainment: easyJet celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th anniversary with world record performance. easyJet, the UK’s largest airline, will celebrate the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth (23 April) with a Guinness World Record performance of his complete works during a flight to Italy.Continue reading
And Cincinnati City Beat said, “A dizzying night’s entertainment! It’s the work of some serious minds exploring the art of comedy… Fresh and funny!”Continue reading
“STUPENDOUS, ANCHORLESS JOY!” TimesContinue reading
* Aging ingenue Matt Rippy leads the charge, having been a member of the RSC since 1995 and having performed in five Reduced shows in seven countries on five continents, many of them solidly. Audiences who watch television or go to movies will recognize Matt from his below-decks discovery in The Dark Knight and his steamy appearance as the original Captain Jack Harkness in Torchwood.Continue reading
Ever since the three American lads of the Reduced Shakespeare Company concocted The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised], the play has been such a massive global phenomenon that most people quite rightly assume that Shakespeare was American. (We thought so too until very recently.) Shakespeare is the most produced playwright in any language in any country. He’s EVERYWHERE. He’s like the American military or Katy Perry, except with fewer guns or firework-shooting bras.
It Might Be the BIG Apple… but there’s a REDUCED price! (Available only for a SHORT time)
The Reduced Shakespeare Company returns to The New Victory Theater (New York’s theater for kids and families… and those who refuse to act their age) for a three week run of The Complete World of Sports (abridged). Austin, Matt and Reed are ready to once again tackle life’s big questions: Is bowling really a sport? Who invented curling? How DOES one get to the Subway Series?
The New Vic is running a special offer for RSC fans who step up to the plate now: 15% off any performance, any seat if purchased by Oct 21st. Continue reading