In its first complete mainstage production in a whole year, the Spotlight Theatre, 1800 7th Ave., Moline, will perform the madcap “Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)” through March 28.

“This abridged cast of Jeremy Mahr, Amelia Fischer, and Brent Tubbs are sure to give the

Moline Spotlight's 'Shakespeare' Running Through March 28

The Spotlight is run by the married couple Brent and Sara Tubbs.

audiences a much needed laugh,” the Spotlight posted on its Facebook page, noting its first full production was from the Reduced Shakespeare Company “abridged” repertoire in 2018, so “we thought this would be the perfect show to bring us back.”

The rapid-fire Shakespeare riffs on all 37 of the Bard’s plays in 90 minutes. “Hilarity will ensue, props and costumes will fly, and sides will be split from laughter,” the Spotlight promises.

Tickets ($20) will be available soon, but limited to 50 people per performance, to follow state of Illinois Covid-19 guidelines. Masks will be required and social distancing followed.

Moline Spotlight's 'Shakespeare' Running Through March 28
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Moline Spotlight's 'Shakespeare' Running Through March 28

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