William Shakespeare – Complete Works

William Shakespeare – Complete Works


Original title: Shakespeare

Theatre play
by Jess Adam Daniel
Directed by: Suni Suninski
Cast: Atanas Atanasov, Petar Kalchev, Georgi Spasov
It is worth seeing the spectacle of Theatre 199 – William Shakespeare – Complete Works for several reasons.
This spectacle has a nice group of actors and is made by Suni Suninski who we have been following for a long time and are now sure that he can make us laugh with his type of comedy (Bouncers, Hostel, The Beach). The other important fact is that this spectacle includes all comedies of Shakespeare so you will be able to watch them for an hour with only one ticket.
We all know that reaching out for Shakespeare’s works is never easy. Even some directors do this being unprepared which is very annoying. But that is not the case with the spectacle of Suni Suninski. It stands out with new sharp ideas and a complete lack of seriousness which is a basic feature in the spectacle. This healthy irony towards classics shows us how great Shakespeare is and why. His plays are eternal not because they cannot be erased from literature textbooks but because they are truly valuable texts through time and place and they can always sound modern. In this case very funny too – Shakespeare stands in one row next to Napoleon and Hitler. Romeo and Juliet communicate by sms and die of an overdose. Tit Andronik is announced as a radio broadcast and Macbeth is questioned by the police in Gangsta’s Paradise style. It is great fun for teachers in literature as well as for teenagers bored by homeworks.


 

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