Date(s) & Time(s)::
October 26, 2012 at 7:30 PM
Location: Roosevelt High Auditorium 4250 E. Tulare, Fresno, Ca. 93702
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Shakespeare’s Women is a modern age battle-of-the sexes play using only the words of William Shakespeare taken from 18 of his plays. The actors explore Shakespeare’s words in a different light, lifting the scenes out of the context of the play and placing them into a new perspective.
At the beginning of our play, the men believe that they are being mightily abused by the women at the party. The Male Narrator tries to establish his theme by showing that the women in the play are angry, needy, selfish, lustful, adulterous, and dishonorable creatures not to be trusted.
The Female Narrator builds Act 2 around the themes that women have learned their bad behaviors from the men they love and that women are creatures with an infinite variety of moods, emotions, perspectives, and actions, and we should celebrate those traits.