Marin Shakespeare Company gave Shakespeare’s King John a rare staging–perhaps the first production in Marin–and I reviewed it in today’s Marin Independent Journal. And I didn’t even mention that he’s my 26th-great-grandfather! No conflict of interest there, no sir.
I wrote up Jon Tracy’s steampunk reinvention of The Tempest for today’s Marin Independent Journal, and you can see what I thought of it over yonder.
This week I’m back at Marin Shakes, this time seeing The Complete History of America (abridged). I wrote it up for the Marin IJ, so you can read it over there.
I reviewed Marin Shakes’s shaky Macbeth for the Marin Independent Journal, so hie thee hence to read all about it.
I’m currently on vacation and not doing much blogging, which would kind of defeat the purpose, but I should probably mention that I have two reviews in today’s Marin Independent Journal. Both North Bay, both Shakespeare, both outdoors, and I caught ‘em both last Saturday before I took off.
I reviewed Marin Shakes’s Pirates of the Caribbean take on Shakespeare’s problematic comedy in today’s Marin IJ, so what are you waiting for? Check it out.
I reviewed Marin Shakes’s al fresco season opener Travesties in today’s Marin IJ, so you can hie thee hence to check out my winged words or some such rubbish.