"Romeo & Juliet" at Playhouse on the Square


There are two reasons to put Shakespeare's Juliet in a wheelchair: One might discover from a first draft of Romeo & Juliet that Shakespeare originally intended his perfect female lover to be rich, 13, and paralyzed from the waist down. Or a director might discover an actress who has everything it takes to play the part except for the use of her legs ...

Read Chris Davis' review of Playhouse on the Square's offbeat presentation of Romeo & Juliet.

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