Two Girls One Bard: Romeo & Juliet

comedy · the illyrian players theatre co. · Ages 16+ · United States of America

world premiere
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KATE HAGERTY certified reviewer June 23, 2015
tagged as: fun · raunchy · smart · high brow · low brow
I laughed myself silly watching these two hilarious actress rip Shakespeare to shreds and then stitch him back together into a weird, hilarious Frankenstein's monster of bodacious Bard-aliciousness. Get on down to the Fringe to take in this witty, silly, sexy, smart, and short play. ... full review
LINDSEY ANDERSEN certified reviewer June 24, 2015
This show was the most fun I've had at the theater in a long time. Really funny for Shakespeare lovers & haters alike. Highly recommend!... full review
JIM MARTYKA certified reviewer June 24, 2015
This is the best version of "Romeo & Juliet" I have ever seen. There will never, ever be one better. I cannot remember a show where I literally laughed for 45 minutes straight. These two wonderful "jerks' shit all over Shakespeare's tragic love story for all the reasons one should and they do it with incredible comedic timing, nonstop energy and - believe it or not - adorable reverence to the material. This is one of the best shows I've seen at Fringe this and I really truly hope they continue this concept. I want to see them do ALL of Shakespeare's works! GO SEE IT!!!... full review
KYLA GARCIA certified reviewer June 25, 2015
tagged as: Feminist · brilliant · fun · hysterical · improv · shakespeare · comedy · badass
THIS SHOW IS AWESOME! I couldn't stop laughing. And yet, this isn't just Shakespeare's greatest love story "ruined by a couple of jerks." Nope. It's expertly performed by two actresses who truly know their craft and use the text so beautifully. I've always been taught that in order to find freedom in performing you must first know and respect the structure of what you are performing in. Because they are so phenomenal at utilizing and understanding the text, they are able to run completely wild and free with all of their additional writing/commentary. The use of simplistic props is brilliant. Every time the Prince came onstage in his Prince outfit with Prince playing, I lost it. Every time Kenvolio spoke up to defend his love-forlorn... full review
SOPHIE GOLDSTEIN certified reviewer June 29, 2015
An incredible show! Could not stop laughing. Two Girls One Bard is witty, sexy and hilarious.... full review