“The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged” at Playhouse on Park

 

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“Rich Hollman, a regular with an improv troupe who also gets to show off his musical skill, gets the dubious, but for the audience welcome, honor of playing most of Shakespeare’s most famous female roles, from Juliet to Cleopatra, Ophelia and Gertrude. He is the most physically active of the players, frequently ‘spilling’ over into the audience and climbing a ladder for Juliet’s balcony scene where he has a field day responding to Romeo’s line, ‘Call me but love.’”

The Hartford Examiner reviewing The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged at Playhouse on Park

 

“The soliloquy of Hamlet, as beautifully performed by Mr. Hollman…and (his) remarkable ability to switch roles.”

Gilbert L. Gigliotti of WFCS 107.7 FM reviewing The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged at Playhouse on Park



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