The Taming of the Shrew


You don’t need to have seen Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew to know what it’s about. More than 400 years after Shakespeare invented them, Kate and Petruchio, the feisty and ferocious fiancée and her would-be “tamer,” are among the most famous characters in dramatic literature.

In Curtain Theatre’s rollicking new outdoor production—free to the public and running weekends in the Old Mill Park in Mill Valley—these characters leap to vivid life, reminding audiences exactly why this story continues to endure after four centuries.

For the full review from the September 2, 2015 North Bay Bohemian, click * HERE *


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