The Merry Month of May

Manhattan Repertory Theatre
303 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Celebrate the Call of the Birds and the Bees with a Trip to Midtown to witness the powers of Love, Lust and Borscht. The Merry Month of May is a festival of comedy celebrating the randy, rutty, ribald silliness at the peak of Spring Fever. Four classic comedies by Shakespeare and a fast-paced, commedia-oid, absurdist farce all team up for many evenings of screwball and offbeat humor mixed in with a lot of wonderful poetry and a boatload of eyecandy. Then stay late for a Cabaret with the steamy, songwriting magic of Donna Stearns, featuring great up-and-coming cabaret singers. Click on the links below for more information and to purchase tickets: The Dentist (or Be Careful What You Put In your Mouth) An Absurd Farce by Jason Kendall Directed by Blake Bradford Donna's Late Night Cabaret A silly and racy revue Book, Music and Direction by Donna Stearns A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare Directed by Lon Blais Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare Directed by Jerry Marco All's Well That Ends Well by William Shakespeare Adapted and Directed by Stephen Wargo Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare Directed by James Alexander Bond

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