"So, for the surprises: As tragic as the second half of the play is, there’s quite a lot of comedy in the first half. I loved the scenes of banter among Romeo and his pals. And I also loved the scenes with Juliet and her nurse. One reason why the scenes with the nurse are so entertaining is that the director chose to have the nurse played by a man (Benjamin Curns), who is hilarious in drag. A very nice touch."
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By Clifford Garstang. Posted at cliffordgarstang.com, 6.21.2013.
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