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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

CalShakes' The Verona Project Gets Some National HuffPo Love

Posted By on Wed, Jul 20, 2011 at 8:30 AM

Shakespearean indie-rockers -- go to, go to. - KEVIN BERNE
  • Kevin Berne
  • Shakespearean indie-rockers -- go to, go to.

Woo woo! CalShakes, the awesome Bay Area outdoor Shakespeare company, has a new play up, and it just got some attention from the Internet. HuffPo's George Heymont liked The Verona Project's indie-rock, pro-gay, all-original version (written, made, and directed by Amanda Dehnert, who's OSF-grade) so much, he went and said a thing.

"I don't doubt that The Verona Project will be produced by Shakespeare festivals around the world."

Hey, that's a thing! Plays have trailers these days so here's its:

'N beware: CalShakes' production goes only through July 31.

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