By Molly Brauch
“Get thee to a nunnery”? No! Get thee to the auditorium! On September 28th and 29th, Seton and Elder students are performing the first show of the year, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged). This show will poke fun at of every one of Shakespeare’s plays. The first act features parts of and comments about all but one of Shakespeare’s works, and the second act focuses on the one play that the narrators forgot – Hamlet. This is Seton’s first performance with the new drama director, Mrs. Tara Tuttle. Tuttle is a genius when it comes to directing, and she can make Shakespeare accessible and lovable for everyone. Whether a preeminent Shakespearean scholar or a mere groundling, everybody will love this show!