‘This week I had a pleasure of experiencing the best artistic event in Adelaide in many years. Shakespeare In Italy is intelligently written, superbly directed and fabulously played at Holden Street Theatres.’ — Leszek Pilch, Klemzig. (Letter to the Adelaide Advertiser)
‘Delightful trivia … performances enjoyable … some of the dialogue is irrelevant though undoubtledly clever. A nice feeling of the uncertainy of the times coupled with a strong sense of intrigue. Wayne Anthoney an excellent scheming cardinal, Bruce Venables a bluff merchant spy and, later, a boisterous pirate.’ — Myk Mykyta, Radio Adelaide.
‘Uncannily Shakespearian writing, and perfectly delivered by a great cast.’ — David Russell, poltical advisor. More to come