Last night, we saw a re-imagining of The Tempest at Chicago Shakespeare entitled The Feast. The story was told by only three actors, Prospero serving as ringmaster to Ariel and Caliban who, at the whim of their master and using incredible wooden masks and puppets, act out the rest of the story in shortened form. It was a stunning production, its magic matching the supernatural tone of the play itself. Such stuff as dreams are made on.
Read a review here and enjoy some photographs below (all photos by Michael Brosilow from various review sites.)