Review: Bard comically humanized off-Broadway

January 14, 2013 • Entertainment

This theater image released by Blake Zidell & Associates shows James DeVita in his one man show, “In Acting Shakespeare,” performing off-Broadway at The Pearl Theatre in New York. (AP Photo/Blake Zidell & Associates, Jacob J. Goldberg)

NEW YORK (AP) — A good one-man show leaves the audience wanting more, which is exactly what happens with James DeVita’s satisfactory piece, “In Acting Shakespeare.”

DeVita is an ingratiating host throughout his comical and expressive show, which opened Sunday night off-Broadway at The Pearl Theatre. He relates that attending a 1987 performance of Sir Ian McKellen’s solo show “Acting Shakespeare” Login to read more

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