The Beard of Avon
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"Ellen Adair delights in a couple of smaller roles."
-Louise Kennedy, Boston Globe
"The allusive relation of feeling to art is best summed up in a ditty by Steven Barkhimer that's affectingly sung by Ellen Adair as the pretty young actor regularly subjected to Richard Burbage's 'Have I got a sausage for you' routines. To wit: 'Everything from nothing comes to those who love.'"
-Carolyn Clay, Boston Phoenix
"Ellen Adair is a lively presence as Geoffrey Dunderbread, a character who appears in a play within the play, and as Lady Lettice, one of Queen Elizabeth's courtiers."
-David Brooks Andrews, Standard-Times
"Extremely well performed by the excellent eleven member cast... Eric Hamel as his lover Wriotheseley, Helen McElwain as Will's feisty wife Anne Hathaway, M. Lynda Robinson as Queen Elizabeth, and Ellen Adair as both a juvenile actor and a Lady in the Queen's court, amongst others, were all quite noteworthy."
-Norm Gross, PMP Network
"Ellen Adair, seen last summer in "Arcadia" has great fun playing Geoffrey Dunderbread, the boy who plays female roles..."
-Will Stackman, AisleSay
The following image are the property of Diego Arciniegas of The Publick Theatre.
Risher Reddick as Richard Burbage as Alexandrio, Ellen Adair as Geoffrey Dunderbread as Ludibundus
The following images are the property of Rafael Jaen.
Risher Reddick, Ellen Adair
Ellen Adair as Geoffrey Dunderbread
Gerry Slattery, Ellen Adair, Eric Hamel, Richard Arum
Ellen Adair as Lady Lettice, Risher Reddick as Walsingham, Gerry Slattery as Sir Francis Bacon, Richard Arum, Barry Press