Bard in the Park presents The Merry Wives of Windsor

Both funny ‘strange’ and funny ‘ha ha,’ Bard in the Park’s June 11-16 performance of Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor charmed audiences at Kew Gardens. Director Sean Killackey says the play is Shakespeare’s only true farce, full of zany subplots, swordfights and silly romances, and wins a lot laughs from the fat knight Sir […]