Gallery Players presents Shakespeare’s classic, "The Tempest," a timeless tale of young love, old enemies, and the magic of storytelling. More…
From the show:
Exiled to a fantastical island, Prospero, the rightful Duke of Milan, unleashes a storm to shipwreck his traitor brother Antonio and the complicit Queen Alonsa of Naples, causing them to believe they are marooned on the island. Wanting to protect his daughter Miranda, and plotting to seek revenge using illusion and skillful manipulation, Prospero’s machinations ultimately bring about revelations, redemption, and newfound love.
See it if You want to see a truly community theatre play w/actors of all ages, genders, physical abilities & proficiency w/Shakespeare.
Don't see it if You want a cast that's equally adept at Shakespearean verse. You prefer plays w/bigger production values. You don't want to trek to Brooklyn
See it if You like Shakespeare. GP delivers a great production with a diverse cast.
Don't see it if You are hard of hearing. They don't use amplification.
See it if Gallery players did not disappoint once again. This is the second Shakespeare play I hav seen here. Very enjoyable
Don't see it if If you are not a fan of Shakespeare or enjoy elaborate productions
See it if You like performances with a large cast with a story line that makes you use your imagination.
Don't see it if If you prefer to see a show with a more straight forward story line.
See it if you enjoy a play with great actors ;kudos to Griffin Sharps as Caliban;great singing, wonderful kids in the chorus:a novelty in a Shak. play
Don't see it if you feel the set is too bare; two more layers of fabrics are needed to depict the island esp. the ocean;you have not read the play.
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