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August 24, 2016

IF THAT DOESN'T CHANGE PERCEPTIONS, WE DON'T KNOW WHAT WILL

All-Female Nude Shakespeare Performance Seeks To Change Perceptions In Prospect Park

(Thanks to Kevin Smith)

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Will they also be staging The Two Gentlemen of Verona?

I was thinking Much Ado About Nothing.

Instead of Romeo and Juliette, I suppose they will call their version, Julie and Juliette.

I wonder if the women performers would feel comfortable if all the men in the audience took off their clothes. I know I wouldn't.

All's Well That Ends Well.

-or-

Comedy of Errors.

The bows should be interesting.

'director Pitr Strait'

heh heh

Where is Lt.Frank Drebin when you need him...

“It’s being courageously vulnerable and generous with yourself as an artist, first and foremost, and saying, I’m doing this for this purpose,” said Suzannah Gratz.

No, it's called getting naked so no one notices how bad their acting is. No one is going to paying attention to the well-structured metered verse. They are going to be oggling naked girlzzzzzzzz.

Misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows.

surely not the stuff *MY* dreams are made of

(sorry shirley)

I can hardly wait for the "get thee to a nunnery" scene.


(Actually, I can. )

Is this A Midsummer Night's Dream come true for you blog guys? I totally agree with BevfromNYC. Sounds more like A Midsummer Night's Nightmare to me.

Artists stripping to make a point; yes, I see her points now. Both of them.

O Brave Nude World.

Is it rude to Lear ?

Now THIS is Shakespeare "As You Like It"...

Body positivity, y'all.

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