Review: ‘Kill Will’ in Philly

Featured on PlayShakespeare.com Kill Will in Philly By Jennifer Kramer September 29, 2015  Every September, the Philadelphia FringeArts Festival takes over the city, producing bold new works of contemporary visual and performing arts and uniting artists directly with audiences. Despite having aged slightly out of the “contemporary” category, noted playwright

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Kill Will: Philadelphia Inquirer Review

Featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer / Philly.com ‘Kill Will’ a great Shakespearean gore fest By Toby Zinman Speakest thou to me, pal? En garde! Fights—with swords (broad and not), daggers, rapiers, pikes and cutlasses, plus various arm-twistings and foot-stompings—are front and center in this gleeful kill-fest, featuring the most violent,

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Kill Will: Phindie Review

Featured on Phindie.com By Debra Miller With an exciting mix of swords and daggers, poisoned drinks and poetic language, “bloody bits” and zany vignettes, seven actors explicate the mortal coil in playwright Derek Davidson’s pastiche of the most famous battle scenes, both tragic and comic (where “nobody dies!”), from Shakespeare’s

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Kill Will: A FringeArts Battle of the Good, “the Bard,” and the Ugly

Tuesday, September 15 – Saturday, September 19, 2015 The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre presents William Shakespeare like you’ve never seen him before for a five-day battle bonanza! Kill Will features all of Shakespeare’s best “bloody bits” with a collection of killer fight scenes from many of your favorite Shakespeare plays including

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