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Lucentio (Victor E. Cary ’14), disguised as language tutor Cambio, attempts to woo Bianca (Keenan A. Sunderwirth ’14) while Hortensio (Nicholas J. Benson ’16) looks on jealously in the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s performance of The Taming of the Shrew. The MIT Shakespeare Ensemble, composed of MIT students and community members who work together long-term to produce Shakespeare shows, performed Shakespeare’s famous comedy on Friday and Saturday night in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Lucentio (Victor E. Cary ’14), disguised as language tutor Cambio, attempts to woo Bianca (Keenan A. Sunderwirth ’14) while Hortensio (Nicholas J. Benson ’16) looks on jealously in the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s performance of The Taming of the Shrew. The MIT Shakespeare Ensemble, composed of MIT students and community members who work together long-term to produce Shakespeare shows, performed Shakespeare’s famous comedy on Friday and Saturday night in La Sala de Puerto Rico.