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Central Park hosts an all-female, naked production of The Tempest

Marisa Roper plays Miranda, who has been stranded on an island for 12 years Associated Press

Marisa Roper plays Miranda, who has been stranded on an island for 12 years Associated Press

For an actor, reeling off endless lines of Shakespeare is a demanding job. Shouting it over the din of planes, helicopters and ambulance sirens whizzing past New York’s Central Park is even tougher. Doing it all naked however, in front of hundreds of onlookers – who would do that?

Source: Central Park hosts an all-female, naked production of The Tempest

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9 comments on “Central Park hosts an all-female, naked production of The Tempest

  1. hitandrun1964
    05/22/2016

    That takes guts and determination, as well as acting skills.

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  2. Adrienne Morris
    05/23/2016

    I just have a hard time taking this all seriously. Naked Shakespeare just seems ridiculous. Body freedom? Really, is this what we’ve come to? Gimmick after endless gimmick. Also, why all female? That sounds exclusionary…

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    • First Night Design
      05/24/2016

      I tend to agree but if it brings in more punters than peeping Toms, it’s good for theatre.

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      • Adrienne Morris
        05/24/2016

        It reminds me of The Goodbye Girl when Elliot has to play Shakespeare’s king with a hump and speech impediment. 🙂

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        • First Night Design
          05/24/2016

          Oh, yes! I remember it well. I loved that film and I was half in love with Dreyfus.

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          • Adrienne Morris
            05/25/2016

            he was so sweet back then. What happened? So many of his other roles have him acting so snarky.

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            • First Night Design
              05/25/2016

              I agree. It’s as if Close Encounters was his undoing. Of course, he had his drink/drug problems but even so.

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            • Adrienne Morris
              05/25/2016

              I didn’t know he had those problems–that can certainly make a mess of things! So can aliens!

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