This is a very funny production of a funny play, but one that demonstrates quite clearly why Shakespeare was a writer for all time and Ben Jonson was a writer for his own time. (Ok I admit we are still watching his play, but it works because of the large degree of slapstick comedy that overrides the era specific jokes.)
And how could you not like a comedy that stars Stephen Ouimette (Subtle) and Jonathan Goad (Face) with Brigit Wilson as Dol Common.? This is definitely Brigit’s year for playing whores and she does a great job in this play and in Pericles. Scott Wentworth had a ball as Epicure Mammon, as did Steve Ross as Drugger. Wayne Best, Ryan Wilkie and Randy Hughson were all very funny in their respective roles.
It was dun to see it, but I see no reason to see it again, unless of course I am seduced by an equally brilliant cast some time in the future.