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'I, Malvolio'

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Add to Calendar 19-01-2013 19-01-2013 15 'I, Malvolio' The puritanical party-pooper of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" finally has his say in British scribe Tim Crouch's poignant one-man show. A hilarious, charged, and often unsettling rant from a complex man full of pride, passion, rage, and humiliation, "I, MALVOLIO" is a compassionate deconstruction of one of classic literature's most misunderstood characters. Through beautiful and sharp-witted language, brilliant acting and fearless improvisation, Tim moves his audience to laughter and tears, while giving voice and vindication to a character who was "notoriously wronged." http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=125368 The Duke on 42nd Street true DD/MM/YYYY
January 19, 2013
2pm, 7pm
The Duke on 42nd Street
Times Square
Tween, Teen, Adult
$25

Description: The puritanical party-pooper of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" finally has his say in British scribe Tim Crouch's poignant one-man show. A hilarious, charged, and often unsettling rant from a complex man full of pride, passion, rage, and humiliation, "I, MALVOLIO" is a compassionate deconstruction of one of classic literature's most misunderstood characters.

Through beautiful and sharp-witted language, brilliant acting and fearless improvisation, Tim moves his audience to laughter and tears, while giving voice and vindication to a character who was "notoriously wronged."

Address: 229 W. 42nd St.
Times Square, NY 10036
Phone: 646-223-3010
Website: newvictory.org/Show-Detail.aspx?ProductionId=4191

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