"Romeo, Romeo... Who needs a Romeo?" Flat Earth ponders this and other deep subjects in their upcoming production of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield.
Come marvel as three thespians condense the entirety of The Bard's works into a single evening. Cheer as the Tudor monarchs play football for the crown, salivate while Titus Andronicus hosts a cooking show, and sob as you finally discover why Hamlet is so emo. Originally produced in 1987, The Complete Works was among the first plays to attempt this momentous feat. This January, Flat Earth will bring this hilarious romp to the Factory Theatre in Boston's Historic South End.
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