“The wedding scene is condensed into a silent, slow-motion mime sequence, dissolving description and dialogue into vivid action. There’s pace, energy, and a real clarity to all the stage business.” The Arts Desk

“The physical comedy is brilliant. It pushes through the script with so much comedic momentum that it has more pace and hilarity than I have ever known The Taming of the Shrew to have. The cast works as an ensemble to make us laugh with clowning, physicality and wit that doesn’t drop.” A Younger Theatre, web blog

“Physical comedy is strong, funny and novel throughout, with even the older actors, the father and the suitors, doing some surprising acrobatic stuff. This of course works a treat in the Globe.” Peter Viney, author

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