Shakespeare on the Subway (The New York Times)


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Since January, Dartmouth alumnus Paul Marino ’04 and Fred Jones have been performing on cars in the New York City subway as the duo Popeye & Cloudy. Although Shakespeare is their main subject, they’ve also been known to perform Abbott and Costello and some original improvisational sketches. “I’m in love with that kind of art, that organic, wild art of busking,” Marino told The Times.

Read the full story, which was published on 08/14/11.

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