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"A hip retelling of the classic comedy...The company on a whole has done a good job of framing the verse so that it’s accessible to most audiences and has found the buffoonery and humor in the nuances of the text. Offline combines music, comedy, and solid classical performance to make the evening a memorable jaunt into a classical tale." Full Review
See it if you want to see a modern, hilarious staging of a Shakespearean comedy. Amazing downtown theater: multiethnic, transgenderfluid,hiphop. Fun!!
Don't see it if u r dead in the soul or demand extravagant staging. This is done with the audience sitting around the stage like a boxing ring. Go see it!!!
See it if You are a Shakespeare fan and enjoy seeing his classic plays done on stage.
Don't see it if You don't like or don't understand Shakespearean plays. You will be confused unless you read a synopsis beforehand.
See it if You want to see one of Shakespeare's best comedies. Love! Cross-dressers! Word play! It's all there to enjoy.
Don't see it if You get tripped up by Shakespearean language
See it if You enjoy Shakespeare. This is a good production with some interesting twists to typical 12th Night's. The opening shipwreck was well done
Don't see it if Have hearing problems - no hearing assistance and the dialog can get lost
See it if You want to see the community get involved in theater, and bring joy and love to the stage.
Don't see it if You're a Shakespeare purist, or even an enthusiast: they only use some of the text, and could have used more.
See it if you want to laugh your face off and also tear up with sympathy at the bizarre hijinks of a society that amounts to another world.
Don't see it if you're a sourpuss. You might not laugh, and it deserves to be laughed at.
See it if The set, acting, music, everything was beautiful. It was set in the 1930s for this company's version. A hilarious tale from Shakespeare.
Don't see it if It can be confusing if the actor/actress plays both roles of brother and sister. Its a tale of mistaken identity and love.
See it if you're a Shakespeare fan, you enjoy romantic comedy, and you like mischief and mayhem abounding.
Don't see it if Shakespearean verse isn't you thing or if you have a hard time following dialogue.