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Two Gentlemen of Verona

What the Critics Said:

“For James Dunn, Marin’s (and possibly the Bay Area’s) longest active resident stage director, 2005 has been a very good year….last weekend a thoroughly entertaining version of the rarely performed ‘Two Gentlemen of Verona’ opened Marin Shakespeare Company’s summer season….it’s quite an achievement….he was able to put the project in the hands of a cast of seasoned Bay Area performers who are particularly adept at physical theatre….Joshua Hollister and Andrew Fonda Jackson, both solid young Shakespearian actors, provide firm anchor in the title roles.”
Charles Brousse, Marin IJ

 

 

 


“Marin Shakes’ artistic and managing directors, Robert and Lesley
Currier, continue to build on the successes of recent years and have again assembled a stock company of seasoned and talented
performers….George Maguire…plays rustic second fiddle to his basset hound Crab….Even the engenues come out okay as performers in this one….Still, the clowns take the cake….’Two Gents’ serves perfectly as a genial entertainment on a summer’s eve.”
Ken Bullock, Commuter Times





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