Theatre For A New Audience presents Fiasco Theater's stripped-down staging of Shakespeare's original romantic comedy. More…
In 'Two Gentlemen,' Fiasco Theater’s acute understanding of text, spare design and brilliantly versatile use of props, accessories, original music, and shifting accents combine to create a highly theatrical experience. Letters fall from the flies, rope-ladders materialize out of nowhere, and six actors transform into outlaws, clowns, servants, and even a grumpy, ungrateful dog.
See it if you love when WS's work is boldly brought to life. I'm a huge fan of the Fiasco's work. Their stagings are imaginative, their acting strong
Don't see it if you dislike small cast, non-traditional WS. I think the bard would approve, tho. TGOV was a delight; well-worth traveling to Brooklyn for.
See it if Don't fear BK, there's good theater to b had there! In this case, the Fiasco group were there and if Chemistry is all then they r Everything
Don't see it if Hey it's Shakespeare, if U don't like iambic penta., skip it. Same if don't like using your imagination to fill in the open walled scenery?
See it if You're already a fan of Fiasco Theater's style (it was my first experience though & I saw this production many times & enjoyed each time).
Don't see it if You want your classic productions to remain as you've always seen them before. You don't like clowning or plays with songs.
See it if you are looking for some perfectly conveyed Shakespeare. Fiasco gives a beautiful, nuanced production of what is a fairly lightweight play.
Don't see it if you're expecting super-standard Shakespeare.