Reduced Shakespeare Company

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Dubbed “intellectual vaudeville” by The New York Times, the Reduced Shakespeare Company is an American theatre troupe disguised as a comedy team and internationally renowned for reducing large serious topics into short silly comedies. Since its pass-the-hat origins in 1981, "the other RSC” has created ten stage shows, two television specials, several failed TV pilots, a number of books, and numerous radio programs, all of which have been performed, seen, read, and heard at venues worldwide, including off-Broadway, at the White House, Kennedy Center, and at the Folger.  

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