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THE TEMPEST NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW

Opening Night: July 19, 2012

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Did He Like It?
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Perfect Crime Off-Broadway

 

Artistic Director Tony Simotes and Academy Award-winning actress Olympia Dukakis team up to re-envision Shakespeare's The Tempest. Filled with moving, funny and enchanting moments, the underpinnings in this fantastical world, much like our own, are steeped in mystery, darkness and the unknown. Simotes' fresh and provocative take, set in the 1940s, aligns the magic and mystery of the island with the often tumultuous relationships between family — with a twist — Ms. Dukakis plays Duke Prospero as a woman. Love, forgiveness and irreverence reign supreme in this, Shakespeare's ultimate statement on humanity.

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A Family, and Mom’s in Charge

By BEN BRANTLEY
Published: July 30, 2012

"As your own mom probably told you many times, mothers have magic powers, like reading their children’s thoughts and making them feel guilty like nobody else. So just imagine what might be accomplished by a mother with a full command of the mystic arts: I mean the sort that can rule the elements and call up armies of sprites and goblins with the wave of a rod. "

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