43 and 1/2: The Greatest Deaths of Shakespeare’s Tragedies PART 3

43 and a half imageNu Sass’s 2016 “Season of Remounts” concludes with our 2013 Fringe Festival favorite 43 and 1/2: The Greatest Deaths of Shakespeare’s Tragedies

There will be new scenes, new fights, and a new drinking game.
There will still be all the Shakespeare,  blood, and bad puns.

Join the original cast as they once again take up sword and supersoaker in the name of The Bard’s best deaths – a fitting homage in the 400th year celebration of his death.

There will be pie.
(And blood).

Trinidad Theatre at Capital Fringe
1358 Florida Ave NE, Washington, District of Columbia 20002


October 20 – November 13
Thursday – Saturday, 7:30p
Sunday, 2:30p

43 1/2 in the news!
Previews for the current project:
Interview with Sun King Davis
DCist Top Weekend Pick
Washington Post Weekend Pick
Should You Fight This Shakespearean Character?

Reviews for the current project:
Broadway World says we’re Enthusiastic, Zany, Bloody, and Charmingly Low Budget
DC Theater Scene swears that whether your love and understand The Bard or not, this play’s for you!
DC Metro Theater Arts encourages you to cackle in the face of death with us.

Past Reviews:
“Clever, silly and raucous” – DCTS “This production is not to be missed.” – DCMTA
The cast’s collective knowledge of Shakespearean tomes is clearly vast, but more impressive is the comedy they brought to every scene.” – City Paper

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