The cast also inclludes Jonathan Epstein (Claudius), Elizabeth Aspenlieder (Gertrude), Malcolm Ingram (Polonius), Rory Hammond (Guildenstern), Dylan Wittrock (Rosencrantz), Kate Abbruzzese (Ophelia).
“A new play that takes a comedic look at the fraught time in history as seen through the eyes of tinsel town luminaries,” says Oldcastle’s Eric Peterson.
“This is a multi-ethnic and cultural endeavor with 2 Israelis, 1 Indian, 3 Brits, 2 Canadians and 10 Americans – 5 of which are African American,” says Tina. “It’s a multi-racial cast that isn’t necessarily playing in traditional racial, religious or gender specific roles – except when they are,” she chuckled.
A dramatic and sometimes quite funny play that tells the story of Henry II. He wants England to stay united after his death, but all three sons want to rule. Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown as he deals with family squabbles.
“She can break your heart in a tragedy and break you up in a comedy,” said Dreyfuss of Aspenlieder.
Playing now to November 10 is “Accomplice” at ShakesCo. Gail Burns reviews this head-scratcher, saying:”If you love a good whodunnit, you will adore this show”
Great acting in a sometimes funny, sometimes painful play about life in the Irish countryside.