THEATER REVIEW: OKLAHOMA SHAKESPEARE'S PRODUCTION OF LAUREN GUNDERSON'S 'BOOK OF WILL' PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE BARD AND HIS FRIENDS

By Brandy McDonnellAn abbreviated version of this review is set to appear in Friday's The Oklahoman. To read my "The Book of Will" preview story, click here. Theater review: Oklahoma Shakespeare's production of 'Book of Will' pays tribute to The Bard and his friendsLauren Gunderson's new period dramedy "The Book of Will" is a poignantly penned book of love that pays homage to the writings of William Shakespeare - and to the friends who ...

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