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About the Show

Inspired by the plays and language of Shakespeare, this world premiere children's show from Trusty Sidekick Theater Company and Classic Stage Company uses puppetry, live music, and a sea of imagination.

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Critic Reviews (3)

Broadway Blog
November 17th, 2017

"While hard to fully grasp, especially by the youngest, the plot washes over them as they are enthralled by the songs, dances, engaging characters, puppets, language, and interactive nature of the production.However, it’s the use of language that really sets this production apart...It is dense, but delightfully woven in a way that works for the kiddies: they get it. Rounding out the experience, the music and dance are silly, toe-tapping, and a blast for the kids."
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Times Square Chronicles
November 14th, 2017

"A gem of theatre for young audiences...Charming and entertaining...As an ensemble the actors are simply charming and they play together very well...The physical movement and choreography, by Sabrina Jacob, is really the icing on the cake. It’s is specific and smooth...The design of the show is splendid...The experience is enjoyable for children of all ages. There are plenty of puns and pop culture references for adults to grab onto."
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V
November 6th, 2017

"Not only puppeteers are superb for their acting, but the whole cast...Peterson is a great story teller...Enthusiasm does a very good job here, and we can perceive it at the end of the show from the way the audience reacts. Speaking of music, it is good music, fun and funny to listen to...Congratulations to all members of this production of its achievements on educational matter."
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