Different place where duke frederick dikran tulaine

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different place where Duke Frederick (Dikran Tulaine) in a more modern way giving a speech in front of the news reporters about his brother's choice of actions. Following the end of the press conference, the play begins with a conflict between Oliver (Kambi Gathestha) and Orlando (Anthony Cason), both sons of a dead nobleman, that is yearning to kill each other. The trial by combat that was set up by Oliver emerges where eventually Orlando meets with Rosalind (Helen Cespedes) and falls in love with each other after winning the wrestling match. Doubtless, Duke Frederick does not like the fact that the son of the traitor has won, at the same time pretends for Rosalind's heart causing him to banish her from the state, despite Celia (Liba Vaynberg) threats. As a result, Rosalind disguised as men, Celia and their friend Touchstone (Dennis Kozee) secretly flee to the Forest of Arden. At the same time, Orlando follows the same destiny to escape persecution and certain death. In the area of the Forest where they stopped is full of ruins, gangs, and pauper that enjoying their lives despite poverty. The set design, in this case, made the setting more realistic through having piles of trash, fake concrete, broken desks, and gasoline tanks used for water from the pipe that refers to being a well. At the same time costume designs that pretty simple, consisting
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