"Here will be an old abusing of God’s patience and the king’s English.” Hey! We're not that bad, right?
WE'RE BACK BARDFLIES!!!
And after the year we've had, we decided we need to come back with a light one. So we bring you one of the silliest comedies of them all "Merry Wives of Windsor". And of course, we will be doing it in our beloved style of "Shakespeare: RAW"!
"But I'm not familiar with the play" you say, well, here's the gist:
Sir John Falstaff is up to his usual tricks. Justice Shallow and his cousin, Slender, complain to Sir Hugh Evans that Falstaff has swindled them. The unrepentant Falstaff arrives on the scene, deciding to generate some income for himself. Convinced that both women are enamored of him, he writes identical love letters to Mistress Page and Mistress Ford, intending to gain access to their husbands’ wealth. Shortly, Falstaff’s amorous letters are delivered, and Mistress Page and Mistress Ford decide to teach him a lesson. You will have join us for the rest of the story.
Ok, look, I know we normally do a week long run of this, but this is our first time back. We're getting used to it again. Therefore, we're only doing one night this time. June 23rd, doors at 7, show at 7:30. If this works, we'll talk about a full week again.
Also, Masks will be mandatory unless you are at your table. I am not interested in arguing about this, so don't bother. Cost is $10 at the door or $5 if you're in your "Quarantine Clothes". Again, we've all had a wild freaking year, and personal appearance often kinda went by the wayside. So, let's embrace the feral goblins we have all become and *PROUDLY* wear what you've gotten used to around the house! So get wild! This is $5 we're talking about here! That's another $5 you can spend at the bar.
And $5 is important, for as they say, “If money go before, all ways do lie open.”