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Carter (left) manipulates the doll Trinculo and the bottle Stephano, while Randolph Curtis Rand as Prospero secretly spies on the drunk conspirators (photo by the Right Image Photography, Inc.)

Burning Coal’s “(Three Man) Tempest” Is Ingenious and Audacious, But Only Partially Successful

The current Burning Coal Theatre Company presentation of (Three Man) Tempest — adapted and directed by Brooklyn, NY actor, director, and playwright Randolph Curtis Rand, is an ingenious and audacious, but only partially successful 90-minute condensation of legendary English poet and playwright William Shakespeare’s valedictory 1610-11 play. The main problem is, how a cast of… Read More ›