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Fri, 06 May 2005

Radio Show / The Reduced Shakespeare Company
I first encountered the Reduced Shakespeare Company many years ago in Los Angeles. Back then, they were regulars at the Renaissance Faire, doing four versions of Hamlet in under five minutes, the last in reverse. They've gone on to great things since then. (Me, not so much.) They're a big hit in London, adding shows on American History and the Bible to their repertoire. It's sophomoric stuff. Almost literally; sophomore year is when I can first remember appreciating bad taste jokes about subtle intellectual subjects.

Anyway, if you can't see the RSC in action, surely the best way to experience them, then this will have to do. It's a chance to hear Shakespeare's works as they should be heard: with a complete lack of respect.

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