"The company opened "Romeo and Juliet" at Dukesbay Theater this weekend, and did it with style and grace… Mr. Olson (Romeo) performs the intricacies of Shakespeare's dialogue as well as anyone on stage. His pacing is expertly accurate, and his stage presence is palpable… The lovely Ms. McRill (Juliet) handles the dialogue as if born to the task. She is pensive, in love, angry, and distraught by turns and in exactly the proper measure… And stage combat is one of the true strengths of this show. The intimacy of the Dukesbay stage means the crowd is within 15 feet of the flashing knives. Fakery would be easily seen. But, the actors who fight in this show make the audience believe danger is afoot!" - Kim Hastings (Axs.com)
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