Shakespeare in da House

To-night and to-night and to-night only — Thirty-seven plays by one Bill Shakespeare Abridged into ninety-seven minutes Of pure sound and fury, signifying Nothing except one hilarious evening For you and your mistress who doth protest Too much: “You never take me out, Player.” So out, out to the great Adrienne Arsht For the extended run of The Complete Works of Shakespeare, Abridged. Tickets are Just fifty bucks, and this show is nothing like The sum of its parts: a graduate course In old Stratford’s bard, dull or even worse, The winter of our boredom’s discontent: A night of iambic pentameter. Instead, the Reduced Shakespeare Company Proves Bill can still glitter even if he’s old — They even made the show a category On that Bible of info, Jeopardy! And it was the longest-running comedy In London’s theatrical history, So it ain’t much ado about nothing. So friends, Romans, Miamians, lend them Your dollars, loose the Bluetooth from your ears. Show up at 7:30, but first go To for more info. Shall you hear more, or shall you click at this? In case you didn’t get that — just go see The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged). It will be performed for an extended run this Wednesday through January 18, in the Arsht’s Studio Theater.
Nov. 26-Jan. 18, 2008


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