This will be the second evening of a weekend of long-form improvisation at Stanford University. Based entirely on a title from the audience, a cast of improvisors will invent a story that the Bard himself may have written had he the chance. Influenced by the themes and style of William Shakespeare, the players will create a brand new original story in front of your eyes. Show will be followed by a talk-back moderated by Patricia Ryan Madson, professor emerita at Stanford and author of Improv Wisdom.
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