The Merry Wives of Windsor: Reviews & Features

Far out reviews of The Merry Wives of Windsor:

“It’s 1972 at the Folger—and it’s quite the time! Loads of fun” – BroadwayWorld

“Like a good fondue, it’s super cheesy … and a treat” - DCist

“A hilarious send-up of the 70s … makes for a merry evening indeed” – DC Theatre Scene

“Aaron Posner adds some trippy twists to The Merry Wives of Windsor" - City Paper

"Magnificently ridiculous ... quite possibly the best Wives you'll ever see" - Metro Weekly

"Riotously funny ... the cast is stellar" - DC Metro Theater Arts

"Fabulous ... full of fun, frivolity, and rad tunes" - MD Theatre Guide

"Hilarious … you are in for a treat” – The Zebra

"It's a hoot" - The Georgetowner

Two hours of fun and frivolity ... you can't help but feel groovy" - Plays To See


Interviews & Features:

Washington Post "Weekend" section cover story on the production, featuring interviews with Aaron Posner (director), Tony Cisek (set designer), and Janet Alexander Griffin (Folger Theatre, Artistic Producer)

On Tap Magazine interview with director Aaron Posner on a 1970s-inspired "Merry Wives"

MD Theatre Guide's "Quick 5" interview with actor Kate Eastwood Norris (Mistress Quickly in The Merry Wives of Windsor)

DC Metro Theater Arts' interview with composer Matthew Nielson on the funky 70s music in The Merry Wives of Windsor