“But, soft! What light through yonder window breaks?”*
Could it be Lady McMerkin and Mistress Much-Wenchly, theatrical dames born to play the Bard?
Engaging and delightful, Lady Mac and Mistress Much skilfully and comically re-enact beloved scenes and sonnets from William Shakespeare in homage to the bard, marking 400 years since his death
Brilliant, bold and ever-so-slightly bawdy.
“Tis’ a tale told by idiots full of sound and fury”**…
 ….”as merry as the day is long.” ***
* (Romeo and Juliet Act 2.scene 2.)
** (Macbeth Act 5 ,Scene 5) Adapted.
*** (Much Ado about Nothing. Act 2 Scene 1.)

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This act, along with every other act on our website, is expert in adapting to a variety of performance settings, including during the constrictions of the ongoing COVID 19 Pandemic.

The performances will be tailored to the event and location to ensure that all interactions are socially distanced without compromising the joy and spectacle.

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Bard Women

by Swank

Performance Styles

  • Walkabouts

Act Info

  • Historically Themed Act