What if William Shakespeare had written The Big Lebowski?
The Dude has met the Bard, and he doth abide.
Join "The Knave" and Sir Walter on a wild tale of mistaken identity, kidnapping, bowling, and a rug that, in faith, really tied the room together - in a sidesplitting Shakespearean comedy of errors and ninepins, told in five glorious acts of iambic pentameter and impeccable period prose.
It's already a theatrical hit and a worldwide viral phenomenon.
Two Gentlemen of Lebowski is not endorsed by or associated with the Coen Brothers, the writers and directors of the film The Big Lebowski; or Working Title or Universal Pictures, the producer and distributor of The Big Lebowski. Any and all adaptation rights in and to the The Big Lebowski are reserved to the Coen Brothers and to Universal Pictures.
©2010 Adam Bertocci, published by arrangement with Levine Greenberg Rostan Literary Agency (P)2015 ListenUp Production, LLC
seemed true to story line. appreciated the play on mild gothic themes. the seamus character could have been more explored, but still a worthy listen.
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