A Compendium of Flamboyant Shysters and Gargantuan Blabbermouths

adapted and directed by Michael Levine

Friday, April 7 at 7pm
(Free First Friday Event)

Saturday, April 8 at 7pm
($10 all ages)

The Ballroom at Mechanics Hall

These outrageous peddlers of words not only talk the talk but walk the walk as they charm, trick, connive, and dupe their way in and out of trouble using the twin powers of rhetoric and obfuscation. Meet some of Shakespeare’s most memorable princes of deceit in our final show of the season!  Friday’s performance features beer and wine sales during the show at the Boar’s-Head Tavern.

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“Shysters and Blabbermouths” features the following characters:
Autolycus (A Winter’s Tale)
Edmund (King Lear)
Falstaff (Henry IV, parts one and two)
Iago (Othello)
Parolles (All’s Well That Ends Well)
Pompey (Measure for Measure)
Thersites (Troilus and Cressida)