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Samuel Taylor, John Rudd and Adrian Danzig in “The Feast: An Intimate Tempest” from Chicago Shakespeare Theater and Redmoon Theater in 2012. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)

1. Three actors, a long wooden table and a set of hard-carved puppets turn “Tempest” into “The Feast: An Intimate Tempest.” Designed and directed by Frank Maugeri, and adapted by Jessica Thebus, “The Feast” played at Chicago Shakespeare Theater in 2012, bringing a bit of Maugeri’s Redmoon Theater aesthetic onto Prospero’s island (which in this production is a table).

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