Measure for Measure (The Drilling Company)
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Measure for Measure (The Drilling Company)

Measure for Measure (The Drilling Company) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(3 Ratings)
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Great acting, Funny, Clever, Entertaining, Delightful

About the Show

The Drilling Company presents Shakespeare's dark comedy of lust and hypocrisy set in the modern-day South. Part of the troupe's free outdoor season in Bryant Park.

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Show-Score Member Reviews (3)

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85 Reviews | 23 Followers
Delightful, Great acting, Funny, Intelligent

See it if You like Shakespeare, you don't mind sitting outside, you want to see great performances.

Don't see it if You prefer extravagant costumes/sets

70 Reviews | 35 Followers
Clever, Entertaining, Great singing, Original

See it if You want to discover a "Louisiana version" of this Shakespeare, if you love banjo and street theatre

Don't see it if enjoy classic with ONLY a classic direction

2 Reviews | 1 Follower
Clever, Great acting, Funny, Entertaining, Relevant

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Critic Reviews (2)

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September 7th, 2016

"This version of Shakespeare’s raucous, fun, if slightly problematic comedy has received a twist: a modern-day New Orleans makeover...The actors command every inch of the stage...Part screwball comedy, part moral conundrum; an exciting romp from start to finish...Elpenord, Raphael, and Ivory Aquino lead a solid, multitalented cast in this fresh take on a seldom-performed classic, and laughter abounds from beginning to end."
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More Than The Play Blog
September 5th, 2016

"Director Hamilton Clancy brings life to one of Shakepeare’s darker comedies with a remarkable cast and colorful concept…Lukas Raphael is cunning and unscrupulous as Angelo. Ivory Aquino captures your heart as Isabella. Together they are beguiling and generate startling intrigue through Shakespeare’s complex scenes. Emanuel Elpernord commands the Bryant Park stage as Duke Vincentio. Michael William Bernstein is captivating and entertaining as Lucio."
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