Love, Labor and Loss – a review of “Shakespeare’s Will”

By November 14, 2019 Uncategorized

McKenna does a spectacular job as Hathaway. She is a commanding presence. While it is a one-woman show, she interacts with two characters in non-speaking roles, Hamnet (Simon Nigam) and violinist Dawn Posey.

Nigam is very emotive, even though his character never speaks. He’s an odd addition for the writer to throw him in, but Nigam does it so splendidly, he’s a welcome addition.

Posey plays beautifully. The violinist even composed some of the music, “On a bed of rushes,” and “It scritches and scratches.” -Michael “Buzz” Buzzelli, ‘Burgh Vivant

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