"An evening that will amaze and amuse…excellent chemistry and vibrant performances!" hails American Radio Network. It's the romantic modern comedy that asks the burning question, "Who really wrote those Shakespeare plays?" In Abraham Alan Ross's world premiere detective story, the answer is more delightful, and provocative, than anyone could imagine. Extended by popular demand, this wild and witty production unmasks the greatest hoodwink in four hundred years. It's a duel of wits about wills and Wills, with "much humor, surprise and delight! The three member ensemble has a natural rapport, energy and impeccable comic timing!" (The Tolucan Times). There's a magical computer that can conjure up the Bard, a sexy sword fight, and a host of surprises that will tickle even those who don't know their Othello from their Pericles. Directed by Playhouse Co-Artistic Director Evelyn Rudie, and featuring stage and screen personalities Chris DeCarlo, Pia Pownall and James Schendel, Accessibly Live Off Line calls it "Very original! A romantic comedy in the fashion of a Kate Hepburn-Spencer Tracy vehicle. Enjoy!"
Rated: PG 13 for sexual content and language. Produced by Santa Monica Playhouse, Andy Rodman and Bonnie Sanders.
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