Review On A Midsummer Night's RUSH


Lorenzo Marchessi - The Geek Authority

Artistic Director Sebastian Munoz did an amazing job bring together some wonder writers, directors and talent to produce about one hour of surprisingly funny shorts all springing around – with many twist and turns – modernized to local Los Angeles locations – and still, all centered at its core with Shakespeare's classic we all know and love.

Force Of Nature production Of “Midsummer Night's Rush” is a fanciful farce with a Shakespearean twist! And it's fun and funny for adults and young adults alike. There is adult language. If you love Shakespeare or you just to want experience Elizabethan Bard's noteworthy tales in very fun way come this this show. Bring your friends – they'll thank you for it after.

Lorenzo Marchessi - The Geek Authority
Lorenzo Marchessi is a Chicago born transplant to Southern California who has several degrees in Theatre, Film, Radio, Television, Business and Communications and has worked both on stage and on camera before working directly behind the scenes for stage and screen. Directing over 50 theatrical shows like Annie, A View From The Bridge and Noises Off for the stage, he has written and produced over 100 shorts, TV spots and live entertainment venues. The one thing he has done the most is writing. With stage play, teleplay and screenplay writing credits behind him has received most acclaim and Critics Choice awarded (twice in Illinois as well as Iowa and CA) and has been reviewing since his college days. Currently the owner/President of The Geek Authority which reviews, interviews, does live video feeds and photo expose's at more that 50 conventions a year that feature Fantasy/Sci-Fi/Anime/Comics/TV/Films/Products/Music/Toys/Celebrities/Pop Culture related events. Also, Lorenzo is constantly reviewing over 150 theatrical events (plays. concerts, opera, live entertainment) a year all over Southern CA, AZ and NV. The Geek Authority is now over 7 years old and has expanded with correspondents all over the country. Google or IMDB him - you'll see...