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The Post-Haste Histories

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Photographer credit: Stephen Reinhardt

Recently I was invited to review a new play called ‘The Post-Haste Histories’.  This was a unique play due to the plot being based on Shakespeare and totally improvised.  The audience had to pick a word from a victorian dictionary.  One word was randomly drawn from a box then written onto the stage chalk-board.  This was the first prop the cast were given as they stepped on stage.  What ensued was a hilarious Shakespearean play.  Click here to read my full review.

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