Buy Tickets From the 2013-2014 Season: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) Playing August 14, 2014 to August 24, 2014

Nicholas Faircloth, Matt Felten, Matt Nitchie

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)
Written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, Jess Winfield (and William Shakespeare)

An irreverent, hilarious, high-speed romp through all 37 of the Bard's plays (and 154 sonnets) in two hours! Othello goes Hip-Hop, Titus Andronicus a cooking show, and all the Histories are performed as a football game. All of this performed by THREE ACTORS. It took ASC, with hundreds of actors, 26 years to complete Shakespeare's works. These three guys will do 'em all in an evening. Show offs.

Contains adult humor & language. Nothing you haven't heard, said or seen before.

Produced through special arrangement with Broadway Play Publishing Inc. The script to this play may be purchased from B P P I at BroadwayPlayPubl.com



Director's Notes

Directed by Andrew Houchins

Show Information

Duration

Act One: 60 min / Act Two: 35 min

Show Roles

Matt Nitchie
Matt Felten
Nicholas Faircloth

Show Times
Shows at the New American Shakespeare Tavern begin at 7:30pm, except on Sundays, when they begin at 6:30pm

Bardometer Rating

How difficult is this Shakespearean play to grasp? On a scale of 1 to 10.
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What does rating this mean?

You may already know the story and what happens at the end. But even if you don’t, the play is light and the plot is easy to follow. Limited violence, limited bawdiness (though please note that Shakespeare was a bawdy writer, you can’t escape it in any of his plays). There are very few things – historical, religious, or political – that you need to know ahead of time. Just enjoy!

We recommend this type of play to families, school-age kids, first-timers to Shakespeare, or anyone who just wants to do something fun on a night off. This type of play is perfect for large groups like birthday parties or special event gatherings.

How to prepare for seeing this kind of play: Just show up! You don’t need to know the play to follow along and enjoy.

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