The mashup of Lady M and Juliet’s monologues is inspired.
Bonus – Regarding my note about seating below: sit in the front and you might have an actor land in your lap at one point.
Sitting in the back row of 3 Clubs means you miss some of the great moments. Get there early for front or second row seating.
It’s not very often that I enjoy people doing scenes and monologues from Shakespeare, but this is put together so well, with such charming conceits, I can’t help but adore it.