“Wittenberg” at the Arden Theatre

Just heard some very good things about the play Wittenberg at the Arden Theatre playing through March 16. It features Dr. Faustus, Martin Luther, and Hamlet in October 1517, sort of a romp through the Protestant Reformation, evidently. “Finally – a decent Protestant Reformation comedy! [David] Davalos’ wordplay, plus his riffs on religion vs. philosophy, made me hanker for a script. The dialogue sometimes flies by, given director J. R. Sullivan’s effective lickety-split pacing in several scenes, and it’s obvious that Wittenberg would be as much fun to read as this production is to see.” –Philadelphia Inquirer [Read review] ————————————————————————————————————– Subject Guides Classics // Islamic Studies // Jewish Studies // Philosophy // Religion ————————————————————————————————————–

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