A perfectly calibrated theatrical engine that blends period presentation and anachronistic flair. You like medieval chanting with your pounding 80’s soundtrack? Done. How about beheadings with your gay-orgy-acted-out-by-women? You’re covered. One thing School of Night always gets right is the presentation of classic text in a way that anyone can understand, so if you hesitate because it’s Marlowe, realize you’re probably used to high-school calibre performances of these old texts where even the performers don’t know what they’re saying. The staging, playfully creative direction, and the literate professionally-crafted performances here illuminate this text. This is a spectacular bit of theatre. See it while you can.