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Speak I Will: A Fractured Shakespeare

ensemble theatre · fractured shakespeare®️ · Ages 13+ · world premiere · 50 mins · United States of America

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CHRISTAL MCMILLION certified reviewer June 17, 2019
tagged as: fun · thought provoking
Shakespeare in and of itself can be incredibly thought provoking and moving. What these ladies have created here, elevates that beyond anything I could have expected. ... full review
JENINE GIUSTO certified reviewer June 17, 2019
tagged as: empowerment · self-love · power · female · women · metoo · shakespeare
"...And though she be but little, she is fierce..." Fractured Shakespeare's "Speak I Will" at Fringe creates a synthesis of the Bard's works, exposing parallels between old ways of thinking and the current uprising of feminine power. I was delighted to see how the worlds each woman created were uniquely different from each other, and that their words were not limited to Shakespeare's female characters.... full review
MATTHEW SIROTNIK certified reviewer June 12, 2019
Intensely powerful and gripping. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2019
tagged as: unique · strong · Empowering
Speak I Will was an empowering and emotional show. As someone who doesn’t know a ton about Shakespeare, I found it interesting and unique. All members of the cast evoke such powerful emotion with their pieces that, regardless of their background knowledge of Shakespeare, can be resonated with! A true treat and would highly recommend checking out this show. ... full review

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