Three Classic Take-offs on Classic Plays.
ROME AND JULIE:
A Tale of Two Cross-Eyed Lovers
Love is blind as two young people can't quite see eye to eye, in a love story to die for! A myopic Montague stumbles through life killing pretty much everything in his path by accident until he runs into, literally, his true love! He probably should have put the sword down first, though.
95 Percent Less Dialogue than Ordinary Shakespeare, but All the Action and Death!
Harried hustlers hack up a hurried Hamlet for a hasty street-corner hurly-burly! It's a frantic scramble to shorten this famous play into a few minutes' farce, and then spice it up enough to catch the attention of bored passersby! Can any actor stay on stage long enough to finish his lines before the plot finishes him?
Would you like Friars with that?
Murder, magic and madness make for a tasty treat at a notorious hamburger joint! Three witches capering around the fry-cooker cajole Macbooth into seeking the crown of the Burger King! It's treachery and transfats on every side, with all the madness and massacre that make this play so charming!