Summer Festivals, Theatre

B-Side Players present: Daughters and Sisters: The Shakespeare Project

When: July 16-20 2014

A feminist re-visioning of three of Shakespeare's plays King Lear, Hamlet and Othello? Definitely sounds intriguing! The play stitches together scenes featuring Cordelia, Ophelia and Desdemona, showing parallels between their situations and portrayals in the original plays. There are men in this show, but they're rendered invisible by delivering their lines from offstage. A play for Shakespeare nerds, fans of slightly experimental theatre and fans of feminist narrative. —Kate Watson

Price: $5

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