Tag Archive: Shakespeare

REVIEW: Brief, sweet & messy: Love in ‘Midnight Pillow’

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian The Bard returned to Upstate with Stephen Unwin’s production of “Midnight Pillow”, a sampling of thematically-connected scenes of love and relationships from Shakespeare’s plays. From a doomed “Romeo… Continue reading

“Midnight Pillow” premieres this week

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian The Shoestring Players will perform director Stephen Unwin’s “Midnight Pillow” this week. A Shakespearean production calls for an exploration of young lovers’ relationships, and “Midnight Pillow” is no… Continue reading

‘Let the Right One In’ gets a little too dark

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian The Shoestring players performed “Let the Right One In”, in an ambitious display. Not enough can be said about the set of this performance: one of the greatest… Continue reading