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Belladonna Repertory Company1
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The Merry Wives of Windsor, by William Shakespeare
Laugh out loud tales of Shakespeare's Sir John Falstaff in "love"
Tuesday, May 15, 2001
5.0
I found this to be an excellent Shakespeare production--It has everything you could want in a Comedy of Shakespeares'. It features wonderful acting, extremely funny situations that are beautifully portrayed and some of the most elegant & original costumes I've ever seen in a locally produced show. Everyone should go out & support Atlanta's newest Theater Company especially in light of what they did for the students of Dacula High School. Belladonna not only donated to the Dacula students the Main Stage theater space that BRC had paid for to allow the students to put on their play for two consecutive weekends during the periods the theatre would be dark, but in addition added Dacula onto their insurance policy at Belladonna's expense since without the insurance they couldn't occupy the 14th Street space. BRC also spent an entire day setting up lighting, staging and the sound board for the Dacula High production of "Of Mice & Men". Granted I'm biased as I have a child in the BRC production, but I sincerely feel that Belladonna Repertory is truly deserving of the support of the Atlanta Theater Community! Not to mention that "The Merry Wives of Windsor" is truly an incredibly hilarious and well done production.

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