Mayhem, mirth and merriment abound at "Spontaneous Shakespeare", a completely improvised two-act play in the style of William Shakespeare. It has everything that made old Bill great: bawdy humor, mistaken identities, outrageous disguises, star-crossed lovers, mischievous spirits, wily servants, exciting sword fights, hilarious wordplay and more "thees" and "thous" than you can shake a cudgel at. This side-splitting comedy is made up entirely on the spot and every show begins with your suggestions. From the folks who brought you "Z is for...Zombie: An Improvised Zombie Apocalypse", it's Shakespeare as only a quick-witted troupe of comedians can imagine him, on the stage at Lesher Center for the Arts.
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