[Ten-Minute Verse Play]
Five years after the events of William Shakespeare's As You Like It, Orlando finds himself in the Forest of Arden once more... and in a dress. Both husband and wife don their disguises, in the hopes of truly finding themselves and each other.
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  • Hannah Lee DeFrates:
    19 Jan. 2023
    Is disguise truly disguise if it becomes a part of you? That's the question I took away from Ganymede and Ianthe's jaunt through the woods. I love me a good Shakespearean sequel, especially when the verse is so pristine as such. How wonderful! Rosalind and Orlando really remind us: to thine own self be true.
  • Jackie Martin:
    26 Nov. 2022
    Orlando and Rosalind have never been so endearing! This short play is a brilliant piece of work, deftly written with all the rhythm and charm of Shakespeare's best comedies. The premise is wonderful, and the connection between the lovers is palpable. Produce this all over!
  • Christopher Soucy:
    6 Nov. 2022
    So brilliant as to blind the reader. This is a fantastic short piece that delivers the Shakespearean goods. A pitch perfect recreation of the banter that the bard is celebrated for. A hearty hurrah to Monica Cross!

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