Romeo and Juliet Get Their Stars Crossed Again

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Romeo and Juliet -- The bard's most famous lovers have gotten treatments on stage, film, movies. But there’s more to be mined with the star crossed teenagers and a new production underway at The Kitchen is trying to do just that. The group Nature Theater of Oklahoma is tackling the classic, and cultural critic Claudia La Rocco talked about it with WNYC's Brian Zumhagen.


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