"This is not a Farrelly brothers' film, though it could be if they had the raunchy verve to write the kind of script John Fletcher and Philip Massinger concocted around 1620."
"The fight scene between Curns' Rutilio and Johnston's Duarte was so intense, we literally saw a spark fly from the clashing swords...I've seen electrifying stage combat, but never actual sparks."
"Today, five plays first played before audiences between 1599 and 1675 are the stuff of blockbuster theater. As the ASC actors stay true to the text of these plays, they also stay true to their purpose: to entertain."
For best seats, order tickets for The Custom of the Country today.
By Eric Minton. Posted at Shakespeareances.com, 3.21.2013.
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