“Some people live and breathe acting. They are the embodiment of art, craft, diligence, dedication and precision. And they have fun doing it,” reports critic at large Warren Gerds. “A team of five of those people is walking our way at present — in Green Bay for an exploration and learning experience centered on the work of William Shakespeare, with opportunities for the public to see a performance served with all the varieties of mustard you can imagine. In the hands of Actors From The London Stage, “The Taming of the Shrew” is an energizing experience…” Read his review.
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