Most Thursday and Friday nights for the past decade I could be found hard at work...laughing in an aisle seat.
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Even Shakespeare knew you can't do a serious play about history without a little comic relief, and in Henry IV, Part I the comic relief is so big that the history part takes a back seat. Falstaff, the Elizabethan Everyman who's just as loveable today as 500 years ago, has become the star of the show for many Shakespeare fans. And guess what, he's even funnier when a bearded woman takes on the task, as in the current production by Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company. Kat Hermes can swagger and stagger with the best of them. For the full review, see Encore Michigan