This just showed up in my inbox, I'm just not quite sure what to do with it :). When something calls itself anything "of Shakespearean proportions" I roll my eyes and reach for the "Next" button - but this show is also calling itself "a mash-up of a dozen shakespeare plays set it the 1970s", and that's got my interest. The problem is that I can't find a single reference to what those plays might be, or how they integrate with the plot?
We join the Bradys and the Partridges in 1974 just after the ABC Network ceased airing their chronicles. No longer under America’s watchful eye, the two families meet on a collision course in a blood-soaked, vengeance-fueled, lust-filled crossover episode of Shakespearean proportions. THE BARDY BUNCH is a mash-up of a dozen Shakespeare plays set in the 1970s that star the two classic TV families. The New York Times deems this show as “irresistible.” The production will make audiences fall in love with the Bradys and Partridges all over again!
What do we think? Anybody in the neighborhood familiar with this group, or going to go check it out?
UPDATE! I asked for more detail about the Shakespeare connections and got back, "The show makes comparisons of the characters of the families to famous Shakespeare characters. For instance Marcia Brady is Juliet and Keith Partridge is Romeo."
Which makes me happy, because we all remember how much Marcia wanted to play Juliet!