Brits bring Shakespeare comedies to the Guthrie

  • Article by: Rohan Preston , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 5, 2013 - 3:37 PM

REVIEW: The men of the visiting English troupe Propeller throw themselves into “The Taming of the Shrew” and “Twelfth Night.”

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propellerfanMar. 14, 13 9:25 AM

This review is very badly written, and the writer has clearly not understood either of the productions! Edward Hall's Propeller perform the best Shakespeare you are ever likely to see. He always finds a unique way of telling the story and the actors are so talented every word is clear, and not only do they act perfectly, they all play musical instruments and sing. If you don't appreciate them in America we'd like them back in the UK as soon as possible as they are much loved and appreciated here!

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msantoinetteMar. 24, 13 8:54 AM

Some of the best theater I have ever seen. And I agree with propellerfan. This director is so good in guiding the actors, that just the slightest tweak, and twist can turn the piece and change your perception of the play forever. My husband commented that this genius kind of theater goes on in London all the time. sigh. I am praying the Guthrie brings them back.

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