R+J: Star-Cross’d Death Match
Directed by Lori Wolter Hudson
Co-Adapted by Ben Charles & Lori Wolter Hudson
Music by Phil Pickens and Titus Tompkins
Choreography by Brendan Spieth
Assistant Directed by Olivia Songer
Nick Mills* as Romeo
Suzy Jane Hunt* as Juliet
Garrett Deagon as Friar/Abrams
David Hudson* as Prince/Flip Master
Jenna Panther* as Mercutio/Montague
Joel Rainwater* as Nurse/Sampson
Taylor Shurte* as Tybalt
Brendan Spieth* as Lord & Lady Capulet
Titus Tompkins* as Soundpost
Mark Watson* as Benvolio
*Actor is appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association in an Equity approved showcase.
This is a 21 and over event. Please drink responsibly.
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THREE DAY HANGOVER is getting all romantic.
The company that brought you THE HAMLET PROJECT: SUMMER IN THE CITY proudly presents a new boozy Shakespeare theatrical extravaganza – R+J: STAR-CROSS’D DEATH MATCH.
This highly immersive production of ROMEO & JULIET places the audience right in the middle of Shakespeare’s most famous family feud. When two households break from ancient grudge to new mutiny, spectators must pick a side in the fight! Young love clashes with quick tempers and there will be consequences for actors and audiences alike!
Watch your back and fall in love in an evening of rivalry, romance and really awesome drink specials.
Heads up, this production is HIGHLY immersive. Audience members will be standing, walking, competing, dancing and generally partying around the bar with us throughout the performance!
When Shakespeare wrote “all the world’s a stage,” he likely wasn’t talking about Molly Spillane’s bar in Mamaroneck. But that’s soon to be the case as New York City-based theater group Three Day Hangover takes to the pub to produce “R+J Star-Cross’d Death Match.”
By evening’s end, some were pardoned, some were punished. All were invited to have another round.
An INVENTIVE PRODUCTION of Shakespeare’s play that arguably is closer to the experience that the Bard’s contemporary audiences had – ROWDY, BAWDY, FUN, but still capturing the meaning and feeling and language of the text.
Three Day Hangover has actually done something rather brilliant – they’ve created a production of “Romeo and Juliet” that is probably about as close as you could get to the experience of Shakespeare’s original audience. In essence, this is one of the smartest productions of a Shakespeare play I’ve ever seen…GO SEE THIS SHOW AS FAST AS YOU CAN.