See it if If you like Shakespeare, this is a very dark rendition of measure. Cast, direction is pretty well done.
Don't see it if If your not into plays on the longish side. Deep Shakespearean writing.
See it if you’d like to experience a stripped-down, clear rendering of Shakespeare’s #MeToo play.
Don't see it if small theater spaces intimidate you: the audience is so close here that it just about becomes a character in the drama.
"All of the actors have a keen sense of delivering Shakespeare’s verse which makes this production incredibly enjoyable...Brandon Walker (who directs as well) is in a league of his own because he excels at the dialogue and displays intentional and bold physicality...My two primary criticisms of the piece are this: If an accent is unnecessary, don’t add one; and if you want an actress to portray a strong minded woman, then she needs to embody that."
"Though an intermittently choppy journey, a final destination whose modernized performances and dauntless direction seamlessly transmute 1603 into 2019...Director Brandon Walker had fun with the set and the blocking, at impromptu moments breaking the fourth wall. It all worked to give the show a more modern salience, and keep our eyes glued to the unfolding drama."