Theater troupe puts new spin on Bard’s work




hakespearean theater is ditching the iambic pentameter and frilly Elizabethan costumes for something more hip.

“Julius Caesar” is re-imagined with a mainly female cast set in a high-stakes corporate boardroom. “Much Ado About Nothing” trades Renaissance-era Italy for the flappers, soldiers and suffragettes of the Roaring ’20s.

Romeo and Juliet meet at a superhero costume party, not a fancy ball.

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